Popularly known comedian and the host, Bharti Singh now becomes India’s first pregnant anchor who is all set to host the upcoming reality show, ‘Hunarbaaz’ in her pregnancy. Bharti Singh and Haarsh Limbachiyaa are expecting their first child. They are hosting Colors TV’s upcoming show Hunarbaaz. The love birds, Bharti Singh and Haarsh Limbachiyaa have become everyone’s favourite now.  The couple has a massive fan following with their hilarious performance.

Earlier, Bharti confirmed her pregnancy news through a youtube video with her husband Harsh.  Bharti is pregnant now with their first child and is setting up new pregnancy goals. Bharti Singh and Haarsh Limbachiyaa had announced their first pregnancy news last year in December and shared the good news with lots of happiness and their fans also felt cherished by her pregnancy news. And now, she is cherishing every moment of her pregnancy phase.

Recently, Colors TV shared a video on their Instagram handle video from their upcoming show, Hunarbaaz, which is all set to premiere on January 22. In the video, we can see Bharti working on the sets of the show, in spite of being pregnant. She talked about her family’s reaction to becoming India’s first pregnant anchor, Bharti credits the cast and crew of the show, Hunarbaaz, who provided her complete facilities and care of her on the sets. Bharti said: “I have reached the sets. I am a bit scared that I am shooting in this situation. But I am being blessed with a lot of love and surrounded with my team and family. So, there is no need for me to be worried.”

Furthermore,  Bharti Singh spoke about her mother’s reaction to her decision of working even during her pregnancy. Her mom had given her many warnings to be attentive and extremely careful during the shooting of her reality show. Although, Bharti confessed that the single purpose behind her decision to work during her pregnancy only means that she wants to set an example in society that it’s normal for women to work even in their pregnancies.

She said: “This is my first day on shoot after being pregnant. I am excited and worried at the same time. You know how when you expect your family to support you, you expect how they would be like, ‘Yes, go. But be careful.’ Mine scared me off and sent me with many warnings to be careful on the sets and not get myself hurt. Mothers tend to scare you. But I want to change people’s minds that you have to sit at home just because you are pregnant.”