The Meaning Behind Aushka Sharma’s Daughter Vamika and Other Bollywood Celebrity Baby Names

When Bollywood babies enter the universe, they’re being born into powerful families, so the name has to match, right? And while those names are beautiful, so is the meaning behind them. Here are all the children of Bollywood stars that you need to know, along with what their names mean. Who knows? Maybe they’ll inspire your own baby names. After all, what else is there to do during a lockdown when you’re stuck inside?

1. Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli — newborn baby Vamika

The most famous Bollywood baby on this list is Vamika, since she entered our world so recently! Vamila is actually a name for Gosddess Durga in Sanskrit. This goddess is representative of strength and power, so Vamika must be destined for great things. 

2. Malaika Arora Khan and Arbaaz Khan — son Arhaan

Little Arhaan is all grown up — in fact, he just turned 18. This Sanskrit name translates roughly to ruler, leader, and king. With a name like that, it must be easy to earn respect from others!

3. Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra — daughter Samisha 

Samisha was welcomed into the world via a surrogate, and her unique name was carefully selected. While “Sa” translates to “to have” in Sanskrit, “Misha” is derived from Russian, and means “someone like God.” That’s really sweet and also quite poetic. 

4. Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput — daughter Misha and son Zain

It’s interesting how many Indian celebs go for names of Russian origin! Misha means “God-like” and is a combo of the letters from mom and dad’s names. Zain, on the other hand, means beauty and grace, which we love for a little boy — the opposite of toxic masculinity! 

5. Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan — son AbRam

Shah Rukh’s son’s name comes from a blend of Jewish and Hindu influences. It’s a blend of the Jewish connotation of Hazrat Ibraham, but the “Ram” in it also signifies the Hindu god by the same name. 

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

%d bloggers like this: