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Varun Dhawan’s Brother Rohit Dhawan And Wife Jaanvi Welcomes A Baby Boy!

In Picture: Varun Dhawan along with his family welcoming a baby boy.

May 6, 2022 (New Delhi): Varun Dhawan and his family have a big reason to celebrate today. After all, his brother Rohit Dhawan and his wife Jaanvi Dhawan have welcomed their second child today. The filmmaker, who is married to Jaanvi for over a decade, has become a proud father of a baby boy. To note, the couple also has a daughter together who is the apple of everyone’s eye in the family. It is reported that Jaanvi gave birth to her son in Mumbai’s PD Hinduja Hospital.

The news had surfaced after proud daddy Rohit was clicked outside the hospital with David Dhawan as they made their way towards the car. Rohit was clicked in a blue coloured shirt with shorts and a cap. As paps congratulated the new father on the arrival of the second baby, he replied saying ‘Thank You’. To recall, Varun’s wife Natasha Dalal had hosted a baby shower for Jaanvi earlier this year wherein the mommy-to-be was seen wearing a printed floral dress. The baby shower was also attended by Arjun Kapoor’s sister Anshula Kapoor.

In Picture: Rohit Dhawan, Jaanvi and Varun Dhawan.

Natasha Dalal, who is Varun Dhawan’s wife, hosted a baby shower for Jaanvi in March 2022. Anshula Kapoor also appeared at the function and shared the photo on Instagram.

Rohit Dhawan and Jaanvi Desai tied the knot in 2012. The couple already has a daughter named Niyara, who seems to be quite close to her chachu Varun Dhawan. The Coolie No. 1 actor has shared many fun videos with his adorable niece as it has also garnered a lot of attention on social media.

On the work front, Rohit Dhawan is working on the Kartik Aaryan, Kriti Sanon starrer Shehzada. The film is the official remake of the Allu Arjun, Pooja Hegde starrer Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo.

In Picture: Varun Dhawan and his wifey Natasha.

Talking about Varun and Natasha’s wedding, it was a closely guarded ceremony as the couple married in Alibaug in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic in the presence of only a few family members and friends.

While talking about why he chose to have a low key celebration, Varun had told Hindustan Times in an interview, “We had to be responsible during this period and follow rules. I’m someone who didn’t want to do something big, you’ve to respect whatever things have been put in place. I had elderly citizens from my family coming, and I wanted everyone to be safe, that’s why it was low key. That’s the kind of person I am, as far as my personal life is concerned. I’d rather keep it low-key, and also because Natasha isn’t from this film line anyway. The full show-sha is too much, and this wasn’t the time for that.”

By line: Divya Thearia

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