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The question puts a black spot on woman’s character: Nusrat Jahan on being asked about identity of her ‘better half’


Actor turned politician Nusrat Jahan welcomed a baby boy last month. She made her first public appearance after embracing motherhood as she attended the opening of a salon in Kolkata. At the event, the actress was asked about her ‘better half’ however she chose not to take any names.

On being asked about the identity of her ‘better half’, Nusrat answered, “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 a great parenthood together at the moment. Myself and Yash, we are having a good time.”

Nusrat shared that motherhood ‘feels great’. “It’s a new life, it feels like a new beginning,” she said.  She also revealed the name of her son as Yishaan.

Earlier Nusrat gave fans a glimpse of her new look while slipping in a message for her haters. She gave the photo credit to ‘daddy’. “Don’t take criticism from people u won’t take advice from… #newrole #newmommylife #newlook pic courtesy: Daddy,” she captioned the picture of herself sporting shorter hair.

Earlier when Nusrat was discharged from the Bhagirathi Neotia Hospital in Kolkata after giving birth to her baby, her rumoured boyfriend, actor-politician Yash Dasgupta carried the newborn to the car. Yash also shared an update with fans and well-wishers after Nusrat became a mother. “For those who have been enquiring about Nusrat’s health, the mother and child are healthy and doing well,” he wrote.

Nusrat had tied the knot with businessman Nikhil Jain in Turkey in 2019. However, in June, she claimed that as their marriage was invalid under Indian laws, it could only be considered a live-in relationship.

However, Nikhil wished Nusrat after the birth of her son, despite his ‘differences’ with her. “I wish the baby boy has a bright future,” he had said.