Father's Day: Bollywood's top actors talk about their kids
From Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan to Aamir Khan and Abhishek Bachchan, Bollywood stars talk about their young ones and how they spend time with them.entertainment Updated: Jun 16, 2013 14:57 IST
Bollywood stars on their young ones and how they spend time with them
Sons: Hrehaan 6 years and Hridhaan 4 years
My sons are undoubtedly the most important thing in my life. I have come to understand that fatherhood is probably the best thing that has happened to me. A smile from my children gives me the energy to work harder.
Daughter: Sara (19)
Son: Ibrahim (12)
Sara is studying at Columbia University. She has to finish her degree first. Luckily she’s inclined towards academics. After she completes her studies, she can do what she likes. She hasn’t told me if she wants to become an actress despite such a thumping response at her first ramp show. ..My son is a huge SRK fan.
Son: Aarav 10 years
Daughter: Nitara: 9 months
I am extremely happy. I am the proud father of Nitara (his nine-month-old baby girl) and son Aarav. After Nitara’s birth, Aarav has taken on the role and responsibilities of a big brother. There is no greater feeling in life than this. I wish I could express more about how happy I am, but I’m at a loss of words.
Sons: Junaid 17 years and Azad 1 year
Daughter: Ira 16 years
It’s a great joy to be a father again. Both Kiran and I are overjoyed to have Azad. Can’t get enough of him. It's like a miracle and nothing comes close to it. I tickle his baby toes, I snuggle him. Right now he is too little, so he does not know who I am. All he knows is that somebody comes and troubles him every two hours.
Daughter: Aaradhya: One and half year old
My greatest gift to Aaradhya will be my unconditional support. As a parent, it is not about material goods. The gift parents can give their children are love, care, education and understanding. These are the most important gifts any parent can give. As far as I am concerned, taking care of the child is never just a mother's role, it’s all about sharing responsibilities.