Prithviraj in "Sapthamashree Thaskaraha"Facebook/Prithviraj

Popular actor Prithviraj and his wife Supriya have been blessed with a baby girl. Supriya delivered a baby girl at Lakeshore hospital, Ernakulum on 8 September and both mother and the baby are said to be doing well.

Actor Prithviraj shared the news with the world through his Facebook page.

"Blessed with a baby girl", he posted.

Prithviraj had earlier announced the news of his wife pregnancy online and said that he is awaiting the biggest release of his life and his wife is pregnant. Prithviraj married Mumbai based BBC journalist Supriya in a very private function on 25 April 2011 at a resort in Palakkad.

Meanwhile, Prithvi's brother and actor Indrajith Sukumaran couldn't hide the joy of being an uncle and shared the news with his fans through Facebook.

"Njan oru valyachan aayee! Prithvi and Supriya are blessed with a baby girl.." Said Indrajith

Prithvi's close friend and actor Asif Ali too congratulated the couple on their special day.

"Congrats Prithviraj & Supriya .Hearty Welcome to the new member .God bless!!!", said Asif on his Facebook Page

Prithviraj Sukumaran, son of famous actors Sukumaran and Mallika Sukumaran made his debut as an actor in Ranjith's "Nandanam" in 2002. He later went on do many popular films in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. Prithviraj is also popular as a playback singer and owns a production house, "August Cinemas" with cinematographer Santhosh Sivan and their friend and businessman Shaji Nadesan.

The year 2014 is a special year for the actor as all his films have turned out to be memorable ones. His performance in "London Bridge", "7th Day", "Munnariyippu" and "Sapthamashree Thaskaraha" have been received positively by the audience.

His latest flick "Sapathamshree Thasakaraha" was released for this Onam and is now running successfully in theatres across Kerala. He played the role of Krishnanunni, one of the seven thieves in the film. Prithvi is also awaiting the release of films like "Kaaviya Thalaivan", "Tamaar Padaar", "Picket 43', "Ennu Ninte Moideen" and "Double Barrel".