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Touted amongst one of the most successful directors, flawless choreographers and a celebrity whose priority is her family, Farah Khan Kunder is setting major goals. Time flies and like how! It seems that only yesterday we got the news of Farah giving birth to her three musketeers, Czar Kunder, Anya Kunder and Diva Kunder, and now they have grown up into three responsible and independent kids. More so, the doting mommy keeps sharing pics and videos of them on her official social media handles. (Checkout: Janhvi Kapoor Finally Spends Some Quality Time With Sister, Khushi And Father, Boney In New York)
On February 15, 2019, which was Rakhi, Farah had shared a lovely snap of her kids, who could be seen acing their pink attires. She had captioned her post with the words, "Teaching them to be independent YET wanting them to always depend on each other, the ironies of motherhood!" Or for that matter, how lovely was the sight when Farah had shared how Czar had taken care of his ailing maternal grandmother. Farah beautifully captioned it as "“Never have children, only grandchildren." My son gives his room and his love unconditionally to his nani. Guess I’ll be in safe hands in the future #czar.”
Farah Khan gets emotional today on September 24, 2019, for it is the day when her doting son, Czar, leaves for his first out of town camp. Sharing a picture that has Czar dragging his luggage out of his room, Farah penned, "If u think their messy room is hard to look at.. just wait till it’s empty. My boy goes for his first out of town camp and I am already getting the blues. #czar #1/3rdemptynest #dontgrowupsofast."
During a launch event of a fertility clinic in 2016, Farah Khan had talked about her kids and was quoted as saying, “It is important that we come forward and take pride in this because it gives so much courage and so much hope to people who want to do it, but are scared to do it. I proudly say that my children are from IVF and no, a pizza man did not deliver you." She had gone on to add, “I am not an actress. I had babies at the age of 43 because sometimes you just get so caught up in building your career that later you realize things. For me, IVF and guidance from a person like doctor Firuza Parikh was god-sent." (Checkout: Celina Jaitley Posts An Emotional Wish For Hubby, Peter On Their 9th Anniversary, Shares Kissing Pic)
In the same interaction, Farah was asked to give some advice to Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan on parenting and she had retorted, “Shah Rukh has his three children. He will rather advice me. Salman is very good as he is. He doesn’t need any advice. He can advise everybody. We don’t need to advise him. He is far more successful and intelligent than all of us put together.”
Even prior to this interview in 2014, during the promotions of her film, Happy New Year, Farah in an interaction with the IANS had shared that she tries to spend maximum time with her kids. The mother of three was quoted as saying, “I try and give maximum time to my kids and my husband. I give 75 percent of my time to my family and 25 percent of my time to my work. I’ve learnt to strike this balance.” (Also Read: Amy Jackson And George Panayiotou Become Parents, She Shares Newborn's Pic Straight From Hospital)
On February 11, 2015, when the triplets had turned seven, their doting mother had taken to her official Twitter handle and shared a lovely cake cutting picture along with the caption, which was worded as "My world is 7 yrs old today!! Early morning cake cutting before school."
My world is 7 yrs old today!! Early morning cake cutting b4 school.. pic.twitter.com/METFAiFeYB— Farah Khan (@TheFarahKhan) February 11, 2015
In a video interview once, Farah had shared her IVF journey and how those IVF cycles went like. The choreographer-turned-director had remarked, “I had done a IVF cycle, when I went there and it didn’t happen. I am a very strong person but from the doctor’s clinic which was a two hours’ drive till my house and for the next two days, I have only cried. It’s not easy, it is tough specially on the mom because you are being plied with injections and hormones and all. But I want to tell you that the minute you hold that child in your arms, all that pain, all that suffering, all that emotional trauma that you go through, everything is forgotten. IVF is a blessing…being persistent, positive and patient towards the procedure paid off. And if IVF can change my life, it could change yours too.” (Do Check: Kamya Panjabi Regards Shalang Dang As Family In A Post, Once Rumoured Beau, Manveer Gurjar Comments)
Here's wishing all the luck to little Czar for his future prospects!