Actor Debina Bonnerjee and husband Gurmeet Choudhary broke the news of their pregnancy via a social media post today. The 34-year-old actor was seen flaunting her baby bump in a black dress along with Choudhary in the post.
The duo first grabbed the eyeballs for their role in a 2008 rendition of Ramayana. Here is all we know about soon to be mother Debina.
Who Is Debina Bonnerjee?
Debina Bonnerjee is an actor famed for her role as Sita in Ramayana. However, her first television debut was a Tamil show by the name of Mayavi. She has worked in the various movie industry including Hindi, Tamil, Kannada and Telugu. She acted for the television show Chidiya Ghar for three years as Mayuri Gomukh Narayanan.
Bonnerjee married beau Gurmeet Choudhary in 2006 in a hush-hush ceremony at a temple in Goregaon, Mumbai. But they kept their marriage a secret for a long time. In 2011, they officially announced the wedding. Choudhary played the role of Ram in the same serial where Bonnerjee played Sita. He has been part of many movies as well as television shows.
Bonnerjee’s first Bollywood stint dates back to 2003 in the movie named Indian Babu where she played the role of Dil’s step-sister.
Debina Bonnerjee also participated in shows in Pati Patni Aur Woh, Zor Ka Jhatka, Star Ya Rockstar, Nach Baliye season 6, Fear Factor. In a recent interview, she mentioned how she has been keeping herself away from the TV scenario and looking for options in web spaces.
She is also a beauty, fashion, and travel blogger and has her own YouTube channel by the name “Debina Decodes” has 900k + subscribers. The couple took to social media on February 9, 2022, and announced their pregnancy. Debina Bonnerjee was seen wearing a black dress and Gurmeet paired black shirts with black pants in the picture. They captioned the picture as “To becoming 3. Choudhary junior coming. Seeking your blessings.”
They were congratulated by fans, followers, and many other celebrities like Romanch Mehtha, Asses Kaur, Karan Mehra, Mahhi Vij among others.
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