Bengali actress Nusrat Jahan organised an intimate birthday celebration for actor Yash Dasgupta on Sunday. Taking to Instagram, the new mommy shared two photos from the celebration.
One of the photos features a cake with 'dad' and 'husband' written on it.
According to a report in Hindustan Times, Nusrat opened up in an interview recently about facing ‘negative reactions’ as their child was born ‘out of wedlock’. The actor-turned-politician stated, "Do people know whether or not it’s out of wedlock?"
She further added that just because they don’t open up on things doesn’t mean whatever people are saying is true.
When asked if this means that they are actually married, she said that they will not hold placards and declare everything.
For the unawares, Nusrat gave birth to a baby boy on August 26. She had confirmed the news by sharing a post on Instagram that read, "Don’t take criticism from people u won't take advice from… #newrole #newmommylife #newlook pic courtesy: Daddy."
The birth certificate of actress' son also mentions her rumoured partner, actor Yash as the father of the newborn baby. It mentions the name of the bay as Yishaan J Dasgupta and the father’s name as Debashish Dasgupta. Notably, Debashish Dasgupta is also known as Yash Dasgupta.
A few days back when Nusrat was asked to reveal the name of the baby’s father, she had said, "I think that’s a vague question to ask and puts a black spot on somebody’s character as a woman, who the father is. The father knows who the father is and we are having great parenthood together at the moment. Myself and Yash, we are having a good time."
The rumours of Yash and Nusrat's relationship had been doing the rounds for quite some time now.
Nusrat had tied the knot with businessman Nikhil Jain in a destination wedding in Turkey in 2019. But things got bitter between the couple and they soon decided to live separately. After their separation, Nusrat was spotted with Yash on numerous occasions.
In June, the actress had put out a note stating that her relationship with Jain was more of a live-in as they were married in Turkey as per Turkish marriage regulations, which was not valid in India.
"Since it was an inter-faith marriage, it requires validation under the Special Marriage Act in India, which did not happen. As per the court of law, it is not a marriage, but a relationship or a live-in relationship. Thus, the question of divorce does not arise," she said.