Bollywood soon-to-be mommies Alia Bhatt and Bipasha Basu are gearing up for their baby showers. Earlier it was reported that Alia Bhatt will soon be hosting her baby shower which was planned by her mothers, Neetu Kapoor and Soni Razdan. While as per the latest reports it is now believed that Bipasha Basu will now soon be hosting her baby shower too. However the actress is going for an intimate baby shower with just 20 guests, here’s the theme and more about Bipasha Basu’s baby shower-
Bipasha Basu To Host Baby Shower
As per a Pinkvilla report, mommy-to-be Bipasha Basu will soon host an intimate baby shower. Keeping in regard to the safety of the actress and the baby, the duo has informed the guests to take the necessary precautions for COVID-19. While almost 20 guests have been invited to the party including their near and dear ones only.
Meanwhile, the venue and tagline of the invite read, “A Lil monkey is on the way”. As for the theme and dressing code, the female guests have been asked to wear “pink” and “peach” colored outfits, while the male guests are told to wear “blue” and “lavender”.
Apart from their close-knit baby shower, Bipasha Basu’s mother Mamata Basu recently hosted an intimate baby shower ceremony during which the actress was seen wearing a pink saree. The actress also dropped a short video of the same on her social media. In the video, Bipasha’s mother Mamata, and her mother-in-law Deepa Singh were seen doing aarti. Sharing the video Bipasha wrote, “Aamaar Shaadh. Thank you, Ma,”
Bipasha Basu Reveals That She Wants A ‘Baby Girl’
In an interview with Times Of India, mommy-to-be, Bipasha Basu revealed that she and her husband Karan Singh Grover want to have a daughter. She said, “Karan and I were clear from the beginning that we wanted a baby. I don’t have any thoughts on why it is so late or why it took time. For me, this is the right time. I believe this is when we were supposed to have our baby. We believe in manifestation. From the time we have wanted a child, we have hoped for a baby girl. I know a baby is a beautiful gift, and we are supposed to be in acceptance of any gender, and the bigger picture is that, but we call our baby ‘she’. We believe it’s a she, and we have believed that since the time we decided to have a baby.”