CONGRATS! Kalki Koechlin PREGNANT With Boyfriend Guy Hershberg's Child; Planning To Deliver Baby Through Water Birthing In Goa
Kalki herself was born through the process of water birthing and hence the decision to give birth to her little one in a similar way.
The "Made in Heaven" actress is pregnant with her first child with boyfriend Guy Hershberg, who is an Israeli classical pianist, reported HT Brunch. Kalki is now spending time listening to Guy's music, going for walks with him and doing yoga. She has also reduced the use of mobile phone.
"I already feel the changes in the way I react to things. I am more deliberate, slower, more patient. When motherhood comes eventually, it brings with it a new consciousness to your sense of person. I still want to work but it is less about the rat race and more about nurturing oneself through one's work. It becomes about infusing concentration and energy inward," she said.
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If reports are to be believed, Kalki herself was born through the process of water birthing and hence the decision to give birth to her little one in a similar way. The actress has also reportedly decided the name of her child. The name is such that it works for both male and female gender.
On the work front, Kalki's latest is the ZEE5 original web series "Bhram". The actress, who recently made her Tamil film debut with "Nerkonda Paarvai", is currently prepping for another web series.
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