Shahid Kapoor’s pregnant wife Mira hospitalized again

Shahid Kapoor’s pregnant wife Mira Rajput was hospitalized again. She has entered into third trimester of her pregnancy and owing to some pregnancy complications she was admitted to Hinduja Healthcare Surgical in Khar. In May also Mira was admitted to the same hospital for a few precautionary check-ups and tests.

Shahid Kapoor, who is gearing for the release of his controversial film, ‘Udta Punjab’ is jugging between hospital and film promotions. He makes sure that he wrap up his work commitments at the earliest and be with his wife. Last time when Mira was admitted for some tests, Shahid Kapoor was by her side throughout. And this time also he is making all efforts to spend as much time as he could with Mira in hospital.

However, the medical condition was not the same as before and both Shahid and Mira’s family are not ready to take any risks for the mother and the baby’s health and so Mira was immediately admitted to hospital.

“She’s been hospitalised for rest and the family has been rallying around her when Shahid is not around. The third trimester is an extremely risky phase and Mira and the baby’s well-being is of utmost importance. So, to avoid any stress for her, she’s been admitted in and will be there for a while,” says the source.

Mira’s delivery is due in September-October and the soon-to-be parents are highly excited to welcome their first bundle of joy.

Mira was spotted with her baby bump in few occasions. She was clicked with hubby at the airport while returning from Mauritius, Shahid and pregnant Mira was also clicked together when they stepped out for a dinner date.

When someone asked the actor how excited he was for the baby. To which, Shahid replied:

#Love the name btw I am good and so is Mira. Thank you. Excited would be a huge understatement. …

Mira’s pregnancy rumor first sparked when she hit the runway with a baby bump at the Lakme Fashion Week.

Later, the news was confirmed by the actor himself at the trailer launch of ‘Udta Punjab’. He said, "Yes, I'm going to become a father."