Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput have become blessed parents to their second child. The Bollywood couple welcomed a baby boy on Wednesday as per Delhi Times reported. Mira was admitted to Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai on Wednesday evening. Her mother was also spotted at the hospital by photographers.
Shahid and Mira are also parents to their elder daughter, two-year-old Misha. In an interview, Shahid Kapoor told that “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. Shahid 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.
Shahid said that while in the case of Misha, he was off work for several months, in case of his second child, despite his best efforts, he just couldn’t do much. “During Misha’s birth [in 2016], I took a couple of months off. This time too, I was negotiating to take a month-long break, but things didn’t work out. I will get only a week off from work. It is too short a duration, but such are the circumstances.”
Actor Shahid Kapoor is elated that he is going to become a father for the second time, and says it was his and wife Mira Rajput’s decision to break the news on Instagram. Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput have become parents for the second time. The star couple and their two-year-old daughter Misha welcomed a little boy into the family on Thursday.