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A daughter is just a little girl, who grows up to be her mother's best friend. The moment a woman gets blessed with a little doll, her excitement level doubles up and she waits for the day when she can play, shop and dress-up without the fear of being judged. She makes sure to raise an empowered strong woman from a young age and a perfect version of herself. And Bollywood choreographer-turned-director, Farah Khan shares an exactly similar relationship with her daughter, Anya Kunder. (Recommend Read: Karisma Kapoor Wanted To Act In Grandfather, Raj Kapoor's 'Henna', Had To Opt Out For This Reason)
We all know that Anya Kunder is an artist and her mother, Farah openly flaunts and encourages her daughter's talent. The 12-year-old star kid has raised more than 2 lakhs for the COVID-19 donation with her 100 sketches. Farah had announced the news on her Instagram handle and had written, "Over a 100 sketches done and a little more than 2 and a half lakhs collected and donated!! Thank you to all the generous contributors. Anya is ready for round 2 of orders.. #sketchapet #sketchforcharity .. video shot by #divakunder."
Well, Farah's daughter has gotten this talent from her multitalented mommy. On May 31, 2020, Farah shared a glimpse of her being a super mom. She took to her Instagram handle and shared how she had recreated popular paintings for her daughters' school assignment. Alongside it, she wrote, "Recreate a painting was a school assignment for my daughters..luckily for them, mommy is a hairstylist, make up artist, costumer & photographer all in 1 quite good I think.. what say u?" Check it out below:
Farah is a hands-on mommy and she was the first one, who had openly come out and had revealed that she is proud of having kids via IVF. During a media interaction at the launch of a fertility clinic, she had shared, "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." (Also Read: Ravi Dubey And Sargun Mehta Talk About Their 'Pati-Patni' Fights, Reveals How They Deal With It)
She had further added, "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." (Don't Miss: 'Chachu' Varun Dhawan Helps 2-Year Old Niece Cut Her Quarantine Birthday Cake, She Loves Him Back)
Well, no doubt Farah is a hands-on mommy! What do you think?