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Kapil Sharma, Ginni Chatrath expecting first child

The couple, who tied the knot in December, was recently spotted leaving for Canada.

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Updated: Jul 25, 2019, 06.02 PM IST
​Kapil Sharma and Ginni Chatrath ​tied the knot in December last year.
Kapil Sharma and Ginni Chatrath tied the knot in December last year.
Actor-comedian Kapil Sharma and wife Ginni Chatrath are all set to become parents. The couple tied the knot in December last year, with functions spread over cities.

While the couple had previously kept the news private, recently pictures of them leaving for a 'babymoon' to Canada started doing the rounds on social media. According to reports, the 38-year-old comedian said that his mother was the most excited by the news.

On the work front, Sharma will be the voice of the hot-headed bird 'Red' for the Hindi version of the upcoming animated feature 'The Angry Birds Movie 2'. He also returned to host his TV show post marriage.

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Star-Studded Night

26 Dec, 2018
Comedian Kapil Sharma and his new wife Ginni Chatrath hosted their second reception for the close friends from the industry at the JW Marriott in Juhu, Mumbai. The evening was decked up with the newly-married couple's signature 'KG' logo. Many TV actors, B-Town stars, singers and sports personalities attended the party. Here's a look at the glamorous evening.

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