Varun Dhawan went out with his 4-day-old daughter in his arms, brought the little angel home with his wife Natasha Dalal

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Actor Varun Dhawan and his wife Natasha Dalal welcomed a daughter on June 3. After this, on June 7, Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal returned home with their darling. Paparazzi and Bollywood fans finally got to see a small glimpse of Varun Dhawan's newborn daughter. The actor returned home with his baby girl and wife Natasha Dalal from Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai on Friday afternoon.
Varun was walking ahead with the baby in his arms and Natasha was walking behind him. The couple did not stop to pose for pictures for the paparazzi, much to the disappointment of the photographers gathered outside the hospital.

Varun left with his daughter

Varun Dhawan was spotted outside Mumbai's Hinduja Hospital after the birth of his daughter on Monday night. In a video captured by photographers, he can be seen walking with his father David Dhawan and escorting him to his car. He smiled and people rushed to congratulate the actor. While leaving the hospital, grandfather David Dhawan interacted with fans and photographers standing outside the hospital.

Varun Dhawan made his first post after the birth of his daughter, wrote 'Hare Ram, Hare Krishna' and showed a cute 16-second video

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Natasha and Varun got married in 2021. The two announced their pregnancy in February. They posted a beautiful picture in which Varun was seen kissing Natasha's baby bump. The 'Student of the Year' actor wrote on Instagram, 'We are pregnant, need your blessings and love #myfamilymystrength.'

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Varun will be seen in the upcoming action thriller film 'Baby John'. Baby John is directed by A. Kaliswaran. Atlee is producing the film in association with Jio Studios and Cine1 Studios. He will also be seen opposite Samantha Ruth Prabhu in the Hollywood series 'Citadel'.

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