After miscarriage, Karan Patel-Ankita Bhargava planning a baby again


After the unfortunate miscarriage, television’s cherished couple Karan Patel and Ankita Bhargava are planning to start a family again.

In a candid interview, Karan opened his heart out, "We are in a positive state of mind. We want to start a family and are already planning for it. The incident is behind us. It's a film that didn't release, but the show must go on," said Karan. Evidently, the two are already over the tragic incident and have a positive attitude towards the future.

The ‘Yeh Hai Mohabattein’ actor gives credit to his wifey to make him a better person. Speaking about his bond with Ankita, he said, "I am pathetic when it comes to romance. Ankita is my best friend. We understand each other without having to verbalise our thoughts-she knows exactly how to handle me when I am irked. I know how not to rub her the wrong way. She makes me want to come back home. I used to party and drink, seven days a week, but now it happens only once a week. I have become more health conscious thanks to her. She makes me a better person".

Ankita was four months pregnant when she suffered a miscarriage. The baby was due to arrive in November. The unfortunate incident took place a day after Gold Awards 2018 where Ankita arrived with husband Karan Patel in a pink outfit.

Ankita’s father Abhay Bhargava confirmed the sad news but refused to share details.

Karan Patel and Ankita were married for the past three years and the actor shared the news of his wife’s pregnancy with an interesting picture of him and Ankita and with a cute message.

Ankita broke the good news of her pregnancy to Karan in the vanity van. The actress paid a sudden visit to his set.

Karan Patel and Ankita Bhargava met at a party at Abhay Bhargava's home. It was their ‘Yeh Hai Mohabattein’ co-star Aly Goni (Karen Patel's small screen brother), who played matchmaker between the two. "Aly spoke to Karan's parents, who saw Ankita's picture and within an hour they got back to us saying they wanted her to be their daughter-in-law. I am aware of Karan's past but I know that his good qualities outdo the bad ones, so I'm happy," Mr Bhargava earlier told news agency IANS.