Radhika Merchant congratulates father-to-be Ranveer Singh in Gujarati for expecting his first child with Deepika Padukone – WATCH video |

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Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are waiting for your first son together. The couple made the big announcement last week, on February 29, via an adorable social media post. Messages of congratulations and wishes for the couple have come from everywhere.
Now, there is another heartwarming video circulating on social media that shows Radhika Trader extending his congratulations to the expectant parents in Gujarati.
Watch the video here:

The pre-wedding festivities Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant developed in Jamnagar. A video capturing the event shows bride-to-be Radhika and actor Ranveer Singh sharing the stage. Radhika, radiating elegance, expresses her heartfelt gratitude towards the 'Singham Again' actor and extends her warmest congratulations on the news of her impending parenthood.

Radhika expressed her gratitude and commented, “Thank you very much. Now Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone's family will grow from 2. So congratulations on that from our Jamnagar family to your family.” Moved by her words, Ranveer Singh reciprocated with a radiant smile, bowing with folded hands in recognition of the warm wishes, amid cheers from the fans in the crowd.

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh photographed at Jamnagar airport | Trader Anant Ambani-Radhika's party

Earlier, another viral video surfaced on the internet, in which Shah Rukh Khan delighted the audience with a surprise performance of his iconic dialogue 'Ek ladki thi deewani si, ek ladke par wo marti thi' from the film 'Mohabbatein'. What made the moment even more special was Shah Rukh Khan's choice to deliver the dialogue in Gujarati instead of Hindi, adding an unexpected twist to the surprise package.

In a recent interview with Vogue US, Radhika explained the reasons why they chose Jamnagar for their pre-wedding celebrations. She mentioned that selecting Jamnagar was a tribute to her origins and her family's heritage. According to Radhika, it is the place where her fiancé Anant works and where they spend most of their time. Additionally, she noted that it has significance as it is the birthplace of Anant's grandmother, Kokilaben, and is where they feel deeply connected. Radhika expressed that both she and Anant see Jamnagar as their “karma bhoomi” or land of duty.