Ace designer and actor Masaba Gupta, who lately made her on-screen debut with Netflix’s ‘Masaba Masaba’, took to her social media deal with a few days in the past to share a throwback picture from her childhood days.
Sharing the picture, Masaba stated that she was “high on Fanta” and had “nostrils that were more animated than her eyes”.
In the image, little Masaba may be seen wearing a purple and white frock as she holds a glass in her arms and offers an expression of disbelief/shock while reacting to one thing.
In the caption, Masaba joked about her expression within the image.
Sharing the picture on the photo-sharing platform Instagram, Masaba wrote, “When you’re high on Fanta and have nostrils that are more animated than your eyes. #justkidthings”.
Reacting to the image, her mom actor Neena Gupta wrote within the remark part, “U r so funny my child.”
Shahid Kapoor’s spouse Mira Rajput too took to the feedback part and wrote, “*Khoi bag already happened*”, referring to an exercise where children accumulate goodies at birthday events, and Amruta Subhash wrote “so sweet”.
Writer-filmmaker Tahira Kashyap and actor Radhika Apte additionally dropped coronary heart emojis.
Masaba typically takes to Instagram to share photos from her childhood days. Recently, she posted a throwback picture with her mom, where Neena is seen cuddling toddler Masaba.
Masaba wrote with it, “Still bright-eyed & eating whatever comes my way Happy Sunday.”
Last month, she had shared one other throwback image with each her mother and father. One of the images confirmed Masaba in her mother’s lap while her dad cricketer Vivian Richards sat with her. Masaba captioned it, “My world. My blood.”
Masaba Gupta is the love-child of Neena Gupta and cricketer Sir Vivian Richards. In a 2017 interview, while speaking about her dad Sir Vivian Richards, Masaba stated, “I have deep respect and love for both my parents. They are both their own kind of people, successful and yet not running with the herd. Through the time when I was between 8 till I turned 14, I remember my holidays with my father. He was very active in commentary then, travelling the world, and he would come to India quite often. I never really stayed with him, but mom and I would go on holidays with him.”
And though Masaba by no means actually had her father round in her childhood, Neena was all the time there for her.
However, she had her personal struggles. From a journalist outing her start certificates again within the day to disclose her father’s identify to being known as an “illegitimate West-Indian”, Masaba has had her personal journey of ps and downs and self-acceptance.
And though it took Masaba years earlier than she may lastly settle for the way in which she regarded, her ethnic background and then giving a rattling concerning the truth that she is a toddler born out of wedlock, her journey of self-discovery and self-love has been inspirational.
Recently, she had shared two posts about self-love. In one she wrote, “What if I told you that no matter where you come from, the colour or your skin or the hook of your nose, or that scar from 7th grade, amazing things will happen to you. But you must keep your chin up. You must always keep your chin up. You must always look up.” The other word learn, “When I am asked who I am or who I want to be, I never really have an answer. My grandfather was from Benaras, my mother is from Old Delhi. My great-grandmother from Lahore. And my father from the Caribbean. But I have my eyes on the world. Then how can I be just one thing?”