Sonam Kapoor brings home her baby boy but her fragile health dosen't go unnoticed, fans say 'she must be in pain'
Sonam Kapoor and her husband Anand Ahuja welcomed a baby boy on August 20 and the couple were receiving several congratulatory messages soon after. Recently the couple brought their child home and were spotted being part of a Puja ceremony before entering the house with the child.
Sonam Kapoor and her husband Anand Ahuja welcomed a baby boy on August 20 and the couple were receiving several congratulatory messages soon after. Recently the couple brought their child home and were spotted being part of a Puja ceremony before entering the house with the child. However, a fan’s eagle eyes observed Sonam’s fragile health wherein the actress was having difficulty walking properly.
Talking about the same, the video has Anand Ahuja carrying the baby boy in his arms and he is soon joined by his wife and new-mommy Sonam Kapoor. Even though we cannot see the Veere Di Wedding actress’ face, she can be seen twinning in white with her husband. They then do a quick Puja before entering the house with their newborn and are put Tilak on their foreheads.
However, one cannot help but notice that Sonam Kapoor can be seen having difficulty walking and looks a little weak. A fan also points out the same. Take a look at the same.
A fan said, “Poor thing.. she is not able to walk properly- must be in pain.” Another fan said, “Favs forever.” A fan further said, “So sweet.” However one of the netizens also criticized the media for breaching the couple’s privacy as they are all set to enter their home with their newborn son. The user said, “I think media should be banned doing these stupid things this is trespassing. You idiots looking into someone’s home.”
Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja had taken to their social media handles to share a beautiful message after the birth of their son. The couple stated, “On 20.08.2022, we welcomed our beautiful baby boy with bowed heads and open hearts. Thank you to all of the doctors, nurses, friends, and families who have supported us on this journey. It’s only the beginning but we know our lives are forever changed. Sonam and Anand.”