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Television actress, Anita Hassanandani's son, Aaravv Reddy, enjoyed his first play date with actor, Karanvir Bohra's daughter, Gia Vanessa Snow. It is a lovely feeling when your and your friend's kids start loving each other's company. And it looks like Anita and Karanvir's kids are going to be best friends just like them. For the unversed, Karanvir and Anita had worked together in Naagin 3.
Anita Hassanandani and Rohit Reddy had gotten blessed with their baby boy on February 9, 2021. On the other hand, Karanvir Bohra and Teejay Sidhu had welcomed their third daughter, Gia, on December 21, 2021. Gia and Aaravv have an age difference of two months, but they have started enjoying each other's company.
On October 14, 2021, Anita took to her Instagram handle and shared pictures from Aarav and Gia's play date. In the photo, we can see the star kids twinning in yellow, and they looked super adorable playing with each other. Alongside it, Anita wrote, "First play date done right with the cutest @babysnowflake. And the most amazing parents." Check it out:
Anita loves sharing glimpses of her baby boy. For instance, in June, Anita had shared a video of her baby boy, Aaravv, when he was three days old. In the video, we could see Aaravv sleeping peacefully in her mommy's arms, and Anita gave a peck on his cheeks. Alongside it, she had written, "My little one when he was three days old", in the caption.
Talking about Karanvir, in an interview with The Times of India, he had shared his thoughts on having three daughters. The actor had stated that he was trolled for having a third baby, and some netizens claimed they were actually trying for a boy. Karanvir had said, "We have twin girls, and we never thought ki ek beta bhi hona chahiye. We only wanted a healthy baby. People used to say, 'Ek beta aur ho jaaye toh family complete ho jayegi'."
The actor had further added, "Although I come from a conservative background and am a boy myself, I never had any preference about the gender of my child. Even if we had a boy, he would have got the same love. I have never differentiated between a boy and a girl. Our three girls are like our Lakshmi, Saraswati and Parvati, and God has chosen us to take care of these angels."