Kalki Koechlin who is 5 months pregnant with her boyfriend Guy Hershberg shared an adorable picture on her Instagram handle expressing the relief of letting her baby bump hang free after months of trying to hide it. She further said that her stylists came up with innovative ideas to hide the baby bump. What is the one message for her kid, she was asked in an interview, to this she said: "You’re having my back right now and I looking forward to having yours, Kid." Take a look at the picture -
Kalki who also revealed that she will deliver the baby by opting for water birth, said that when she saw her baby in the sonography, it was nothing but a miracle. In an interview with Miss Malini, Kalki answered the one question everyone is raising about her having a child without marriage. She said: "I don’t have a problem with you getting married, why do you have a problem with me having a child out of wedlock?" She also stated that marriage doesn't come with a 'guarantee' and is an illusion as good as an 'Insta scam'.
Guy is an Israeli classical pianist. Kalki and Guy both come from different cultures and hence the child's identity holds more relevance to Kalki than its gender. French, Iranian, Israeli descent and Aurovillian, Tamil clubbed with Hindi film industry and Western classical music --- Kalki's child will probably grow up learning many languages. Kalki in the interview said that she is aware of these struggles that her child might have to face, and "et I am grateful for the mixture of influences that I have had," she was quoted saying.
Kalki Koechlin who last graced the big screen in Zoya Akhtar's 'Gully Boy' starring Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt, has now stirred the internet with her remarkable performance in Netflix's web series 'Sacred Games 2'. On the show, the 35-year-old actor plays Batya Abelman, an apprentice of Guruji, played by Pankaj Tripathi. She recently wrapped up shooting a Tamil episodic film for a Netflix series with director Vignesh Shivan. She will also be seen in Season 2 of 'My Indian Life'. She has a podcast for the BBC. And post this, she is the lead in a play written by Rehaan Engineer. The play is an adaptation of Chekov’s Uncle Vanya and will make its debut in the Serendipity Arts Festival in Goa.
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