[VIDEO] Kalki Koechlin sings a soothing Portuguese lullaby for child Sappho with the cutest firm

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Kalki Koechlin sings a Portuguese lullaby for child Sappho& 

At the start of 2020, Kalki Koechlin’s life modified ceaselessly as she turned a mom to her first child. After months of maintaining a healthy diet, exercising, and attempting to maintain match, Kalki gave beginning to an angel named Sappho. The world was blown over by her pictures and may’t have sufficient of the new child’s cuteness. Kalki who gave a water beginning in goa has been sharing lovely moments spent with Sappho and is conserving her fam updated with their lockdown actions.

In her newest post, we will see Kalki enjoying a lullaby on a guitar. The lullaby is a Portuguese one and as Kalki sings on we too are left mesmerised. In the video, we will see child Sappho watching her mother while little sparrows do the rounds round them. The video is soothing and surreal and we will’t cease watching Kalki sing. She captioned it, “Nessa Rua This is a Portuguese lullaby I learnt when playing the Portuguese character Tara in the web series ‘ Smoke’ Watch out for the sparrows who make an appearance in our song”

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Fans too had been greatly surprised by Kalki’s singing expertise and took to the remark part to offer her compliments. While one consumer wrote, “How amazingly cool is this. Loved it completely. Kudos to you Kalki for bringing the joy of music to your lil one. Blessed!!” one other one commented, “Waooo that is so stunning and soothing to listen to “

Another Insta consumer wrote, “I really love your lullabies ……… olele and how this”

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The 36-year-old actress had taken to Instagram and shared an image to introduce her child to the world. She wrote, “Please welcome Sappho”. The actor had named her daughter after the well-known Greek poet, Sappho.

Kalki is at the moment quarantining together with her boyfriend Guy Hershberg.

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