MUMBAI: It ought to have been a time of celebration for Bollywood actor Fardeen Khan. This 7th of December, Khan completed seven years of a fulfilling marriage to his lovely wife Natasha, who was expecting twins, in a happy addition to their family.
However, in a very unfortunate turn of events, the couple is grieving a huge loss. 10 December, Fardeen announced on social networking site Twitter: “As delighted as we were to announce Natasha’s pregnancy I am equally saddened to say she had a late miscarriage. ”
This sudden and unexpected news obviously comes as a shock to all near and dear ones. It was only a while ago that Fardeen had confirmed that Natasha’s sonography scans showed that everything was perfect.
Fardeen had said, “Natasha has just undergone the three-month scan and since the doctors said all was fine I tweeted about the twins. Ever since my tweet we’ve been flooded with congratulatory calls. It feels great. We both prayed very hard for this. Now that it’s finally coming true. Please pray everything to go well.”
A protective husband and to-be father, Khan had told us, “We’ve waited very long for this. The babies are expected any time in April. Both of us are naturally very excited. Parenthood is a natural progression in a couple’s married life. Natasha and I are finally getting there. It feels like a dream.”
Fardeen had even whisked Natasha off to London, to safeguard her from Mumbai’s diseased environment.
He had revealed back then from London itself, “She’s been here in London since November last year. So it’s been like I am back in school having a telephonic relationship with my beloved. But you know what? It’s worth the effort. Because she feels safe secure and comfortable here with her mom (actress Mumtaz) around. I don’t have to worry about her while I am in Mumbai. I don’t want her or the twins in Mumbai at the moment, what with dengue, malaria and typhoid going around. I feel they’re better off here. My wife and the twins will travel back only when the twins are strong enough to make that journey.”
In an extremely sad news, despite precautions the couple took, tragedy has struck their blissful life. But they are being brave about it.
“As the saying goes “What doesn’t kill you can only make u stronger”. Life is Life is Life. Most importantly Natasha is in good health and can have try again. This half-pint I married is a warrior in every sense, ” tweeted Fardeen.