Vikrant Massey, Sheetal Thakur blessed with a baby boy, celebrities pour in their heartfelt wishes- Check out 

Actor Vikrant Massey is currently basking in the blockbuster success of 12th Fail. The actor is highly applauded on a wider spectrum and has redefined cinema in his way. To add to his joys seems like he has been bestowed with a beautiful gift for his life.

Recently, Vikrant and his wife Sheetal Thakur welcomed their baby boy. Taking to their Instagram account, they shared a joint post, making the announcement.

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They shared a customized note writing, “07.02.2024 For we have become one. We are bursting with joy and love to announce the arrival of our son. Love, Sheetal and Vikrant.” The couple captioned the post by dropping a folded hand emoji.

Reacting to the post, many celebrities poured in their heartfelt wishes. Kriti Kharbanda commented, “Congratulations you two!❤❤❤” While Raashii Khanna stated, “Congratulations Masseys’ ❤❤❤”  Actress Sobhita Dhulipala wrote, “Badhaai ho!!” Rasika Dugal stated, “Super congratulations guys 😍. Much love ❤❤”

In September 2023, Vikrant announced that he and his wife Sheetal were expecting their first child. He took to his Instagram account, sharing the wonderful news. The actor posted a few creative snaps, including the arrival of a new person in their lives.

Vikrant Massey and Sheetal Thakur had been dating for a long time until they got married in the year 2022. The couple first got married civilly on the 14th of February, 2022 and later tied the knot in an extravagant ceremony organized in Himachal Pradesh on the 18th of February.

Meanwhile, on the work front, Vikrant Massey was last seen in the film 12th Fail, which did wonders at the box office. Directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, the film stars Vikrant and Medha Shankar in key roles. The movie is based on a book by Anurag Pathak.

12th Fail was released on the 27th of October last year. It is a biographical film based on the life of IPS officer Manoj Kumar Sharma and his wife IRS officer Shraddha Joshi. The film showcased the early life struggles of Manoj Kumar and how he endured to become an IPS officer.