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“Happy Birthday, Husband”: Nusrat Jahan Posts Pics From Yash Dasgupta’s Birthday

Nusrat Jahan shared this picture (courtesy Nusrachirps)


  • Nusrat Jahan welcomed a baby boy on 26 August
  • Nusrat shares pictures from Yash Dasgupta’s birthday
  • “Happy birthday my love,” she wrote on Instagram

New Delhi:

Actress-politician Nusrat Jahan shared some glimpses from Yash Dasgupta’s birthday celebrations – the couple had a romantic dinner on Sunday night. On her Instagram stories, Nusrat Jahan posted a picture of the birthday cake which referred to Yash Dasgupta as both husband and father. “Happy Birthday,” read the cake, along with the words “husband” and “dad” along with the icing. Nushrat Bharucha’s Instagram update caused a stir on the internet as it is the first time she referred to Yash Dasgupta as her “husband”, to confirm that the couple are married. Nushrat’s Instagram updates also appeared to dispel the speculations about the child’s father.

Check out Nusrat Jahan’s Instagram stories here:


Nusrat Jahan welcomed the baby boy on 26 August – Nusrat Jahan and her estranged husband Nikhil Jain had separated a few months ago. Earlier this year, Nusrat Jahan had said in a statement that their marriage was not valid under Indian law. Nusrat Jahan and Nikhil Jain had two wedding ceremonies in Bodrum, Turkey in 2019. After their separation, Nusrat Jahan and Yash Dasgupta often made headlines for their romance.

In a recent interview times of IndiaWhen asked about having a child out of wedlock, Nusrat Jahan said: “Do people know if it’s out of wedlock? Just because we don’t open up on things doesn’t mean they Saying it’s true.”

In terms of work, Nusrat Jahan is a Trinamool Congress MP and is known for her roles in Bengali films, such as Zulfikar, Har Har Byomkesh, Ami JK Tomar, Asur and Kelor KirtiIn 2019, the then-married Nusrat Jahan was criticized for wearing vermilion and chooda in Parliament, following which she said in a statement: “I represent an inclusive India that transcends the barriers of caste, creed and religion. “

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