When asked about her plans to become a mother, Ankita Lokhande stated she felt like a baby.
Ankita Lokhande recently joined the DID Super Moms team in a special episode about relationships with actor Usha Nadkarni, although she and her husband Vicky Jain recently made it clear that they have no immediate plans to start a family. When asked when she intended to become a mother, Ankita responded that she felt like a child herself. Vicky and Ankita were married in December of the previous year. Ankita posted a preview of the forthcoming episode on her Instagram page, in which she performed Rangeela Rangeela with judge Urmila Matondkar, the song’s title from the latter’s 1995 movie Rangeela. Bhagyashree, an actor and Urmila’s co-judge, as well as Remo D’Souza, applauded the two as they danced to the song.
After their performance, host Jay Bhanushali asked Ankita, “Bata bhi do kab super mom aap ban rahi hain (please tell us when are you becoming a super parent),” in reference to the reality TV show DID Super Moms. In response, Ankita remarked, “Abhi to main baby hoon, khud baby hoon (I myself am only a baby now)” in a baby voice. Usha Nadkarni, who portrayed both Sushant Singh Rajput’s mother and Ankita’s mother-in-law in the well-liked TV series Pavitra Rishta from 2009 to 2014, had a humorous response to Ankita’s assertions. Ankita, co-judge Remo D’ Souza, and others laughed as she shouted “aaja” (come here) and motioned for Ankita to sit on her lap because she was a baby.
It happens only a few weeks after Ankita dealt with speculation about her first pregnancy. Vicky Jain had put his hand on Ankita’s stomach in a photo she uploaded from their holiday together in Goa. Many people began speculating that Ankita was pregnant.
The energetic actors Urmila Matondkar and Bhagyashree, as well as master choreographer Remo Dsouza, judge the DID Super Moms competition. Jay Bhanushali serves as the competition’s host. Two of the twelve chosen contestants have already been eliminated. Zee TV broadcasts DID Super Moms every Saturday and Sunday at 9 p.m. since its July 2 premiere.