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Being a mother changes one’s outlook towards relationships. A woman’s world takes a U-turn when she sees the two red lines on her pregnancy stick. From that moment, she stops thinking about herself and her entire focus shifts to her chid. She doesn’t care about the physical and emotional changes she undergoes, all she waits is for the day when she could finally hold her baby close to her heart. She not only nourishes her little one but also makes sure to imbibe good values in him/her. Choreographer-turned-director, Farah Khan Kunder is one such mother who dotes on her kids, Anya, Diva, and Czar Kunder. (Also Read: 'Kundali Bhagya' Fame, Anjum Fakih, Confirms Her Relationship Status With Actor, Kettan Singh)
One of the most successful directors of Bollywood, Farah Khan Kunder is a perfect example of a doting mother to her three musketeers, Anya, Diva, and Czar Kunder. Farah keeps on sharing pictures and videos of her children giving inspiration to all the mommies. On August 15, 2019, which was Rakhi, Farah had shared a lovely picture of her kids, who had looked adorable in their pink attire. She had captioned her post as "Teaching them to be independent YET wanting them to always depend on each other, the ironies of motherhood!"
On January 11, 2020, Farah took to her Instagram handle and shared a video of her son, Czar, reciting a heartmelting poem for his mother. Czar’s poem was all about the love and care showered by his mother on him. Along with the video, Farah wrote, “Of all things precious on my birthday… this gets Top spot... written n read by #Czar ( that's not a puppy crying midway btw.. that's his mother)… #imustbedoingsomethingright.” Take a look at the video:
Sometime back, Farah had shared a beautiful picture of her son, Czar taking care of his grandmother, Menaka Irani. In the picture, Czar was seen adorably feeding his nani. Along with the picture, Farah had written, "“Never have children, only grandchildren." Gore Vidal My son gives his room and his love unconditionally to his nani. Guess I’ll be in safe hands in the future #czar”. (Also Read: Rishi Kapoor Is All Set To Hit The Screen With Neetu Kapoor For The Hindi Remake Of A Bengali Film)
On September 24, 2019, Farah had penned an emotional note for her son, Czar, who went for his first out-of-town camp. She had taken to her Instagram handle and had shared a picture of Czar dragging his luggage out of his room. Along with the picture, she had written, "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 Kunder 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."
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: Aishwarya Sakhuja Entitled Last Two Years Of Her Married Life With Husband, Rohit Nag As 'horrid')
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A mother and her child’s bond can never be explained in words. Sometimes it is hard for them to understand each other, still, there is no one, who can understand their bond better than them. Despite the altercations and varying thoughts, a mother gives her immense love to her kids equallyRead More