Imlie fame Rajshri Rani shares her pregnancy tale and quest for parenthood
Rajshri Rani shares her emotional pregnancy journey, including the joy of hearing her baby's heartbeat and overcoming early complications, highlighting the couple's yearning for parenthood. Read on to know more.
Rajshri Rani is a popular Indian television actress who has gained widespread recognition for her roles in various television dramas. She rose to fame for her portrayal of Suhani in the hit TV show "Suhani Si Ek Ladki." With her talent and acting skills, Rajshri has captured the hearts of viewers and established herself as a prominent figure in the Indian entertainment industry.
Rajshri known for her role as Suhani in "Suhani Si Ek Ladki" and her recent appearance in "Imlie," is expecting a baby. She's currently in her second trimester, and the baby is due in February. On the work front, Gaurav Mukesh has acted alongside Rajshri in both of these TV shows. Interestingly, they fell in love while making "Suhani Si Ek Ladki" and married in Gwalior in 2020.
In an exclusive chat with one of the leading portals, Rajshri shares about the mixed emotions that she went through when she first learned about her pregnancy news. While expressing her mixed feelings, the actress revealed a complex blend of emotions, including happiness, the anticipation of embarking on a new journey, and a heightened sense of responsibility. The actor shares the joy they both feel, as she and Gaurav had been attempting to conceive for a year.
Reminiscing about a moment that left her teary-eyed was when she heard her baby's heartbeat for the first time. She mentioned she has been going through both emotional and physical changes. She has always been a bit moody, so she can't solely attribute her mood swings to pregnancy. Her cravings have increased, and Gaurav spoils her to the point of indulging in her every whim.
The first trimester of her pregnancy was challenging. The actress said when she decided to start a family in her 30s, she needed to be extra careful during pregnancy. Around two months into her pregnancy, she faced a complication with clot formation inside the uterus. Her doctor advised her to rest and avoid travelling. However, she took it lightly. She made the mistake of going out to watch a film, which must have caused exertion, resulting in heavy bleeding. She had to be on bed rest until she fully recovered. That phase was quite scary, but she is doing well now. As they say, all's well that ends well.