India veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh & Geeta Basra have been blessed with a cute baby boy. The veteran off-spinner shared the good news of the arrival of his second child both on Instagram & Twitter.
Sharing the news on Twitter, Harbhajan wrote, “Blessed with a baby boy #grateful #babyboy. Shukar aa tera maalka”. Harbhajan also shared a statement that read, “A new little hand for us to hold, his love is grand, precious as gold. A wonderful gift so special & sweet. Our hearts are full & our lives are complete. We thank Almighty for blessing us with a healthy baby boy. Both Geeta & the Baby are doing well. We are overwhelmed with joy and would like to extend our gratitude to all our well-wishers, for their constant love and support.”
Harbhajan is a proud father of daughter Hinaya Heer Plaha. Recently the trio celebrated Harbhajan’s 41st birthday on July 4. Earlier this year, Geeta Basra had shared an Instagram post revealing that the couple is expecting their second child. In the post, Harbhajan’s daughter Hinaya Heer Plaha was seen holding a T-shirt that read, “Soon to be a big sister.” Geeta captioned the special post as “Coming soon…July 2021”. Harbhajan Singh married Geeta Basra in October 2015 & they became parents just after one year of their marriage.
Harbhajan Singh shares a celebrated career in which he has been a part of India’s 2007 T20 World Cup title win as well as the 50-over World Cup win under the captaincy of MS Dhoni. In IPL Harbhajan has palyed 160 matches & scalped 150 wickets with an economy rate of 7.05. Harbhajan Singh has been featured for Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings & is currently a part of the Kolkata Knight Riders team. He will be seen back in action during the second phase of IPL 2021 which is set to be played from September 19 in the UAE.
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