Double the love: Yami Gautam and Aditya Dhar expecting amid Article 370 release!

Yami Gautam and her spouse, Aditya Dhar, revealed their impending first child's arrival at the trailer release event for their next movie, 'Article 370.'

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After dating for more than two years and marrying, Yami Gautam and her husband Aditya Dhar announced their impending first child's arrival during the trailer launch of their upcoming film, 'Article 370.' This confirmed Yami's pregnancy, which had been rumoured to be five and a half months.

Official statements have been made...

Aditya announced the good news, stating that "this movie is geared at families. My wife and brother were present, and a baby was on the way. The way the movie was shot and how we learned about the baby's existence were fantastic." At the 'Article 370' trailer event, the pair talked about Yami's pregnancy, even though they haven't revealed the news on social media. After the director, who is funding 'Article 370,' Yami conveyed her joy and talked about her experience filming while expecting a child.

Here's what Yami said!

“It was mentally draining. I could write a thesis on it. There are so many questions; the first ones are always challenging. If you ask me about motherhood and everything coming together, I really don’t know what I would have done had Aditya not been there by my side, and Lokesh bhaiyaa, everybody,” she said.

Yami Gautam Dhar and Aditya Dhar are expecting their first child after three years of marriage! X/Twitter

 A far more challenging shoot 

The actor further added and spoke about how she was cautious enough during the entire journey of filming the project. "There was intense training required for the movie, where she had to exercise with extreme caution, as she appreciated all the doctors who were covertly supervising this. She also claimed that her mother's perseverance served as another source of motivation for Yami.

More on Article 370

Yami Gautam is the lead star of "Article 370," a pulsating action political drama from Jio Studios and the makers of "Uri: The Surgical Strike," which is scheduled to open in theatres worldwide on February 23, 2024. Meanwhile, the film, directed by two-time National Award winner Aditya Suhas Jambhale, is a high-octane political drama that revolves around the takedown of terrorism in Kashmir by rendering Article 370 ineffective.