Angad Bedi and Neha Dhupia don’t show their daughter’s face in photos, the actor said the reason

Meher, daughter of Angad Bedi and Neha Dhupia, was born in 2018 (Photo courtesy: Instagram / nehadhupia)

Meher, daughter of Angad Bedi and Neha Dhupia, was born in 2018 (Photo courtesy: Instagram / nehadhupia)

Famous couple Angad Bedi and Neha Dhupia share their photo with their daughter on social media, in which their daughter Meher’s face is hidden. Now actor Angad has given the reason for this.

New Delhi. The famous Bollywood couple, Angad Bedi and Neha Dhupia, share their stories of their lives with their fans. They do this through their photos and videos. They also share cute photos of their family. Couple’s daughter is also seen in these photos. If you have noticed, in any photo you will not see the face of this couple’s daughter. Fans have been wanting to know the reason for this for a long time. Now the actor has given the reason behind doing this.

Neha and Angad’s daughter’s name is – Meher. Their daughter was born in 2018. Now Angad has given the reason for not showing the daughter’s face in the photos. They have told that they want to save their baby girl from the movie Scrutiny. He said, ‘Fans request me that they want to see my daughter’s face. But he has an identity of his own. Right now she is only two years old, when she turns 6 and asks us why we have put her photos everywhere. ‘

(Photo courtesy Instagram / angadbedi)

He adds, ‘We just want to keep it safe. If he wants in the future, he can share his photos himself. We are not the ones to raise questions about this. Till she is not sure about these things, we would like to hide her face. Photos are tested in another position, which leaves an impression of some kind. This causes a lot of pressure. We want to keep her away from it. ‘Talking further on this, Angad says,’ If her daughter wants to take this pressure when she grows up, then she is absolutely free for it. Everyone should protect their family. I also try to do this according to my ability, but we have to understand that we are part of such a demanding profession in which you have to fall prey to media scrutiny. ‘




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