Indian celebrities have shown their dedication to their profession by working during their pregnancies. Come take a look at these celebrity moms!
Anushka Sharma had completed all her ad shoots and work commitments before welcoming her happy partner Vamika in January 2021.
Neha Dhupia went on to work in the film project Thursday, in which she played the role of a pregnant cop before giving birth to her second child, Bedi.
Filmmaker Farah Khan got pregnant with triplets while filming the hit film Om Shanti Om.
Late actress Sridevi was nearly 6 months pregnant with Janhvi Kapoor while she was shooting for the film "Judaai". She completed the shoot before Janhvi was born.
kareena kapoor khan
Even before Taimur was born, Kareena Kapoor Khan was already doing film projects and walking down the ramp like a queen. During her second pregnancy with Jeh, Kareena also fulfilled her work commitments!
Did you know that Jaya Bachchan was three months pregnant when she shot for the cult film Sholay? Well, that’s right!
Kajol completed shooting for the film We Are Family while she was pregnant with her second child Yug.
Nandita Das, a well-known figure in the Bollywood fraternity, got pregnant with her son in 2011 while filming Onir's film I am.
Popular playback singer Shreya Ghoshal welcomed a mother in 2021. She also worked during her pregnancy and completed any unfinished projects.
Juhi Chawla had several films in her kitty while she was pregnant. The actress has done films like "Ek Rishtaa", "Aamdani Atthani Kharcha Rupaiyaa" and "Jhankaar Beats".
Konko Sen Sharma
Actor-turned-director Konkona Sen Sharma learned she was pregnant with her first child in 2010 while filming the movie Right or Wrong.
Dia Mirza announced her pregnancy in 2021 and welcomed her first child this year. She's keeping up with all her work commitments from home, and her IG Stories are proof!
New mother Neeti Mohan is enjoying every moment of her motherhood journey. However, she completed a series of projects during her pregnancy.
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