Bollywood wrap: Comedian Bharti on family planning, 'Kaanta Laga' fame Shefali on her 1st marriage & more

Actor Farhan Akhtar expresses his anger at manufacturers of fake COVID medicines, Comedian Bharti shares why she doesn't want a baby just now and more


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Farhan shares his disappointment and anger with netizens

Multi-talented Farhan Akhtar has slammed people who are manufacturing and selling fake Covid medication on social media. Calling them a 'special kind of monster' Farhan wrote that they should be ashamed of themselves.

He wrote, "Seen a news report of people manufacturing & selling fake Covid medication. You have to be a special kind of monster to con people in these dark & desperate times. Shame on you, whoever you are!!! (sic)."

After Farhan's post, several Internet users also shared their horrific experiences of dealing with the Covid-19 crisis in the country.

Shefali Jariwala opens up about failed 1st marriage

Kanta Laga fame Shefali Jariwala recently opened about how she faced a difficult time during her first marriage with music composer Harmeet Singh and decided to break it off in 2009. Talking about the same, Shefali said

"It is very important to understand that you are not being appreciated. Not every kind of violence is physical. There is a lot of mental violence that also happens and you are very unhappy in your life. I think, one of the reasons why I could make the decision for myself, was because I was independent. I was making my own money. Divorce is considered to be taboo but the way I have been raised, is to not really care about society but just do what we feel is right. I could take such steps in my life and had strong support."

Shefali is now married to TV actor Parag Tyagi and some time back she had said that she wants to adopt a baby.

Comedian Bharti on delaying family planning

Comedian Bharti Singh, who is hosting a dance reality show 'Dance Deewane 3' with her husband Harsh Limbachiyaa revealed that they are deliberately delaying having a baby and the reason is the ongoing health crisis. In the episode when a contestant depicted a story of a mother losing her 14-day-old baby to the Coronavirus, Bharti turned emotional and said

''We are planning a baby but after hearing about such cases, we don’t feel like starting a family. We are deliberately not talking about having a baby because I don’t want to cry like this.''

Bharti and Haarsh tied the knot in 2017 and last year on another dance show she had promised that 'she will welcome her first baby in 2021.

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