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Actress Asin and her Husband Rahul Sharma Welcomes A Baby Girl

Asin Shares the good News of giving birth to a baby girl.

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Asin and Rahul Sharma.Instagram
  • Asin gave birth to a baby girl yesterday.
  • Asin and Rahul Sharma got married on 19th January 2016.

Asin and Rahul Sharma shared the good news on her Instagram account 

Asin and Rahul Sharma got blessed with a gild child yesterday. She is the couple’s first child. Sharing the news on Instagram, Asin Stated, “We are ecstatic to announce the arrival of our angelic baby girl earlier today. The last nine months have been most special and exciting for the both of us and we would like to thank all our wellwishers and everyone who has been part of our journey for all their love and support.”

Rahul Sharma, the founder of Micromax got married to actress Asin on January 19, 2016, following the Christian rituals. This is how Asin shared the good news with her fans-

Bollywood’s Khiladi, Akshay Kumar played the role of Cupid in Asin and Rahul Sharma’s love story. And being a close friend of Asin, he has shared an adorable picture with Asin’s baby girl with a caption “One joy which is completely unmatched…congratulations to my dearest friends @simply.asin and Rahul on the arrival of their little angel.”

Its double celebration for Asin as she will turn 32 on October 26 and welcoming the bundle of joy in their family.

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Time to Break Gender Stereotypes! Akshay Kumar’s Movies Now Emphasis More on Gender-Based Equality

The "Khiladi" star also spoke on the need to provide equal opportunities to children

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Akshay Kumar is now attempting to break gender stereotypes. Flickr

Having dealt with taboo topics such as menstrual health and women’s sanitation though his films, Akshay Kumar is now attempting to break gender stereotypes. And he offers us some real life examples to emphasise the need for gender-based equality.

“There is a lady who manages the finances of her house, corporate finance and the finance of our country. She was in the Defence Ministry earlier. The change is happening,” said the actor at a promotional event of his upcoming film “Mission Mangal” here on Friday. He was referring to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, who has come to lead positions in the government, so far seen as strictly “male domains”.

Likewise, “Mission Mangal” chronicles the struggles of five women scientists as they embark on a mission to send a satellite to Mars. The characters have been essayed by Vidya Balan, Sonakshi Sinha, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari and Nithya Menon.

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The “Khiladi” star also spoke on the need to provide equal opportunities to children. Wikimedia Commons

However, Akshay is unwilling ready to call “Mission Mangal” a ‘women-oriented’ film. “I feel irritated when someone says it (a film) is a women-oriented subject. What do you mean by women-oriented? If we are equal, then there should not be anything as male-oriented or female-oriented, it should just be a film. That’s what I feel,” he said.

Akshay also revealed his intention behind choosing the subject. “I’ve made this film mainly for children so that they feel encouraged to become scientists. Scientist as a profession is not very likeable, but after ISRO’s launch of the Chandrayaan, people are becoming more aware of the need and importance of scientists. I hope this film conveys what a great profession it is,” said the actor who plays a scientist in the film.

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The “Khiladi” star also spoke on the need to provide equal opportunities to children. “Right from my childhood, I’ve seen parents who discourage a girl if she aspires to be a scientist or an engineer on the excuse that these are male-dominated professions. Instead, they encourage the child to become a doctor or a nurse or choose any other woman-dominated profession. Even our history books do not tell us stories of women, rather they emphasise mostly on men. I think the time has come to change this and the process has already started,” he added. “Mission Mangal”, directed by Jagan Shakti, hits theatres on August 15. (IANS)