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After 18 years of marriage, Apurva Agnihotri and Shilpa Saklani embrace parenthood. Kishwer and Karanvir display affection

After 18 years of marriage, Apurva Agnihotri and Shilpa Saklani embrace parenthood. Kishwer and Karanvir display affection
After 18 years of marriage, Apurva Agnihotri and Shilpa Saklani welcomed a baby girl. Celebrities from the telly town, like Kishwer Merchantt and Karanvir Bohra, congratulated the newlyweds.

In brief

Shilpa Saklani and Apurva Agnihotri have welcomed a baby girl.
The couple shared a touching message on social media.
They were wed in 2004.

Written by Anindita Mukherjee Shilpa Saklani and Apurva Agnihotri are regarded as the power couple in television. The pair, equally well-liked in the broadcast industry, had the most important information to impart before 2022 came to a close. 18 years after their wedding, Apurva and Shilpa, who wed in 2004, welcomed a baby girl. The two received affection from Kishwer Merchantt, Kushal Tandon, Karanvir Bohra, and other celebrities.

SHILPA, APURVA WELCOME BABY GIRL

After 18 years of marriage, Apurva Agnihotri and Shilpa Saklani, a power couple in television town, gave birth to a girl. The couple penned a heartfelt statement to go along with their dreamlike photographs of themselves with their kid. The same can be read as, “And just like that, this birthday became the most special birthday of my life as god gifted us with the most magnificent, miraculous gift ever With extreme thanks and immense delight Shilpa and I wish to introduce our darling daughter ISHAANI KANU AGNIHOTRI.” Om Namaha Shivaya (sic), please bestow her with all of your love and blessings.

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