Fashion designer and actress Masaba Gupta, who recently made her screen debut with Netflix’s “ Masaba Masaba, ” took to her social media a few days ago to share a return photo of her childhood.
Sharing the photo, Masaba said she was “high on Fanta” and had “nostrils livelier than her eyes”.
In the photo, little Masaba can be seen in a red and white dress as she holds a drink in her hands and gives an expression of disbelief / shock when reacting to something.
In the caption, Masaba joked about his expression in the photo.
Sharing the image on the photo-sharing platform Instagram, Masaba wrote: “When you’re under Fanta and have nostrils more animated than your eyes. #Justkidthings”.
Reacting to the picture, her mother, actor Neena Gupta, wrote in the comments section: “U r so funny my child.”
Shahid Kapoor’s wife Mira Rajput also took the comments section and wrote: “* The Khoi bag has already arrived *”, referring to an activity where children collect gifts at birthday parties, and Amruta Subhash wrote “so sweet”.
Writer-filmmaker Tahira Kashyap and actor Radhika Apte also dropped heart emojis.
Masaba often takes to Instagram to share photos from his childhood. Recently, she posted a throwback photo with her mom, where Neena is seen cuddling little Masaba.
Masaba wrote with him: “Always with bright eyes and eating whatever comes to me Happy Sunday.”
Last month, she shared another comeback photo with both of her parents. One of the photos showed Masaba on her mother’s lap while her father, 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 an interview in 2017, while speaking about his father, Sir Vivian Richards, Masaba said: “I have a deep respect and love for both of my parents. They are both their own kind of successful people. and yet don’t run with the herd. Over time When I was 8-14 years old, I remember my vacation with my dad. He was very active in commentary back then, traveling the world , and he came to India quite often. I never really stayed with him, but mom and I would go on vacation with him. ”
And even though Masaba never really had her father as a child, Neena was always there for her.
However, she had her own difficulties. From a journalist who pulled out her birth certificate at the time to reveal her father’s name to being called an “illegitimate West Indian,” Masaba has had her own journey of low and low and self-acceptance.
And although it took years for Masaba before she could finally come to terms with her appearance, her ethnicity, and worrying about the fact that she was a child born out of wedlock, her journey of self-discovery and love. self was inspiring.
Recently, she had shared two articles on self-love. In one, she wrote: “What if I told you that it doesn’t matter where you’re from, the color or your skin or the hook on your nose, or that 7th grade scar, amazing things will happen to you. But you have to. keep your chin up. You should always keep your chin up. You should always look up. “The other note said,” When someone asks me who I am or who I want to be, I never really get 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 my eyes are on the world. So how can I be just one thing ? “