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Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput welcome baby boy

Mira was admitted to Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai on Wednesday evening, Her mother was also spotted at the hospital by photographers

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Siddharth Raghvendra Raghuvanshi
Siddharth Raghvendra Raghuvanshi
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Mumbai: Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput have become proud parents to their second child. The Bollywood couple welcomed a baby boy on Wednesday. Mira was admitted to Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai on Wednesday evening. Her mother was also spotted at the hospital by photographers.

Family members of the duo were spotted outside the hospital. Ishaan Khatter, Neelima Azeem and Mira’s mother Bela were clicked by paps outside the Mumbai hospital.

Shahid’s Shandaar co-star Alia Bhattalso took to Instagram to congratulate the couple. Sharing a picture of Shahid and Mira, she wished her loves. ”It’s a boy..Congratulations my loves!!” she captioned the photo. Preity Zinta also took to Twitter to wish them. ”Congratulations @shahidkapoor & Mira on the new addition to the family  So Happy for both of you . Loads of love, happiness and diapers always… Ting ! #babyboy #Happiness #Love,” she wrote.

Shahid and Mira are also parents to their elder daughter, two-year-old Misha. They tied the knot in 2015 and in a recent interview, Shahid talked about his wife with a lot of love. “I got lucky. I married Mira,” Shahid said. “She’s as normal as it gets. We kind of hit it off and decided to get into an arranged marriage. By God’s grace it’s been wonderful, the last three years, and she’s been a huge part of that for me.”

Mira was a student in Delhi University when Shahid met her. They married after a brief courtship. But despite the fame, Shahid said he has always craved normalcy in his life. “I’m very simple as a person,” he said. “And although I might live a very lavish lifestyle, I’m very happy I share my life with someone who has a similar mindset.”

The actor, who is currently busy promoting his next, Batti Gul Meter Chalu and has begun his prep for the Hindi remake of Telugu hit, Arjun Reddy, says he can barely manage a week’s off for his second child. He will also be seen in a biopic on Asian gold medallist boxer Dingko Singh.

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