Harsh Limbachiyaa gave a comical reaction to wife Bharti Singh’s words as she mimicked Allu Arjun’s style from Pushpa: The Rise and said ‘I’m unstoppable’. Bharti Singh and Haarsh Limbachiyaa are expecting their first child.
Bharti Singh opened up about her desire to work throughout her pregnancy when she and her husband Haarsh Limbachiyaa were papped by paparazzi. Bhatti while mimicking Allu Arjun’s Pushpa: The Rise, she brought her hand across the throat and said, “Main abhi Pushparaaj, bachcha ho jaaye, main rukega nahi (I am Pushparaaj. Even if I have a baby, I won’t stop).”
To this statement Haarsh Limbachiyaa, he joked, “Main rukega nahi, saala. Agle saal ek aur dega (I won’t stop, will have another baby next year).” The lovely couple expecting their first child, due in April.
Presently, Bharti and Haarsh are co-hosting the talent reality show Hunarbaaz which is judged by Mithun Chakraborty, Parineeti Chopra and Karan Johar. The show will prime on Saturday at 9 pm on Colors and will present people from all across the country who will display their talents be it from magic to dance to rapping.
Bhatti made a statement where she expressed that she is happy to be hosting Hunarbaaz with Haarsh. “I wanted to continue working during my pregnancy and being on the sets of the show amongst astounding talent fills me with happiness. As an artist coming from a humble background, it is very rewarding to witness so many people pursuing their passion and making it to the big stage. I wish all the contestants the very best and hope they achieve all their dreams,” said Bharti.
The recent behind-the-scenes promo shared by Colors shows Bharti calling herself ‘India’s first pregnant anchor’. In the video, she rubbed her baby bump and joked, “Mumma kaam karenge, paisa kamayenge (Mumma will work and earn money).”
While walking towards the Hunarbaaz set, Bharti quipped, “Colors bohot chalaak channel hai, teen logon se kaam karwa raha hai, paise do ke de raha hai (Colors is a very clever channel, they are making three people work but paying only for two).”