Giving birth to a new life is always a happy moment in everyone's family, but not before you get married. It's okay in the western culture, but we Indians, are surely extra careful about such things.
Probably that is the reason, even a lot of our Bollywood beauties got married in a hurry so that they could cover their pre-marital pregnancy news. But, there are also a few, who did not care much about what people would say, and never tried to hide anything related to their pregnancy from the world.
So we're here with famous Bollywood actresses who got pregnant before marriage!
The only actress in Bollywood who publicly accepted that she was pregnant with her elder daughter, Jhanvi Kapoor before marriage to Boney Kapoor. According to reports, Sridevi was around seven months pregnant when she got married.
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After dating her co-star Ranvir Shorey for a long time, she tied the knot in a private ceremony. And very soon, the couple had their first baby. Although she did not acknowledge the fact that she got pregnant before marriage, but then it was too obvious for the world to know that.
Like Sridevi, she too had an affair with a married man, Kamal Hassan. They had their first daughter, Shruti Hassan, while they were in a live-in relationship. The two had their second child, Akshara, after they tied the knot.
A sudden announcement happens only to cover up something, which was quite evident to the world. The gorgeous actress, Amrita Arora married her boyfriend, Shakeel Ladak and soon after the wedding, her pregnancy news made the things pretty obvious for all.
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Though her relationship with the cricketer, Vivian Richards did not last long, it still got her pregnant in no time. They never got married as he chose to remain married to his first wife. And, Neena raised her daughter, Masaba, as a single parent.
Well whatever happened that's in the past and let me make it very clear, we're not judging because these strong women chose to give birth to their children with their heads held high, and we truly respect them for it.