A report in the Times of India has quoted a friend of the couple as confirming the news.Basra, who hails from London, is to fly off to the UK soon to be with her parents.India cricketer Harbhajan Singh and wife Geeta Basra celebrated their daughter's first Lohri with traditional revelry in Jalandhar on Friday.The former India off-spinner was seen dancing with his little daughter 'Hinaya Heer' while his wife Geeta Basra, who is a Bollywood actress, also joined in the festivities. May You always be protected by the Almighty &we wish you nothing but the best! pic.twitter.com/H9v TLCFn Sj — Geeta Basra (@Geeta_Basra) January 13, 2017 Lohri is a Punjabi festival which is celebrated on January 13 every year.Geeta Basra posted a picture of the trio on her Twitter handle and wrote: "Happy first Lohri to our life.. May You always be protected by the Almighty & we wish you nothing but the best! Though, popular belief has it that Lohri is celebrated to mark the end of peak winter, this festival is traditionally associated with the harvest of the Rabi crops.The duo, who tied the knot in 2015, even revealed the name of their baby on social media in September 2016.But Hinaya impressed us all with her baby pink dress and a crown shaped bow on her head.These pictures are proof that Hinaya was enjoying all the attention that she received.
The 36-year-old cricketer on Saturday shared a picture on Instagram where the trio can be seen having a gala time together.
Turns out, Basra and her cricketer husband harbhajan Singh are all set to welcome their first child this year.
The actress, who married the cricketer in November 2015 after a long period of courtship, is going to London to spend time with her family as she prepares to welcome her first born, reports a leading daily.
Harbhajan Singh and Geeta Basra, who tied the knot in October last year, are reportedly expecting their first child.
Rumours of Geeta Basra's pregnancy started doing the rounds after the actor was spotted in baggy clothes and sneakers during the opening ceremony of the Indian Premier League 9 (IPL 9).
Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli hogs all the limelight, and rightly so.