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Star moms

They are svelte and successful, but their kids are still a priority for these yummy mummies.
Hindustan Times | By Neha Sharma and Minakshi Saini, New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAY 09, 2010 12:31 AM IST
They’re hot, successful and always in news. But tinsel town’s most gorgeous moms say their kids remain their top priority.

Malaika Arora Khan: The former VJ and actress is married to actor Arbaaz Khan and has a 5-year-old son, Arhaan. Malaika says, “He is my weakness.” But the fashionista doesn’t want her son to become a fashion victim, “so he wears lot of hand-me-downs.”

Karisma Kapur: The actress, married to industrialist Sanjay Kapur, has two children — daughter Samaira, 5, and son Kian, who is a few months old. Karisma says, “When people come up to me to take autographs, she doesn’t look surprised because she sees Kareena and Saif doing it too. So she feels its normal for people to take autographs. I try and give her a good mix of both Mumbai and Delhi. She goes to school in Mumbai and loves chilling out in the garden in our Delhi home.”

Sushmita Sen: The former Miss Universe became a mother for the second time this year, when she adopted her daughter Alisah. Sush had adopted her elder daughter Renee 10 years ago. She says: “Renee is my first love. I say Renee and my heart goes like… (gets teary-eyed). Nobody can make me break into tears the way Renee can, she is that powerful an influence in my life. Alisah is a chipkoo who likes to stay warm with her mother.”

Sonali Bendre: Sonali is married to filmmaker Goldie Behl. She says about her son, “I am quite blessed to have Ranveer and giving him whatever I can.”

Twinkle Khanna: The former actress married to actor Akshay Kumar says that she cannot see beyond her 8-year-old son, Aarav. “We spend a lot of time together as a family. He accompanies me to work, when he isn’t with his father,” she says.

Kajol: Married to actor Ajay Devgn, Kajol is expecting her second child, but she lights up at the mention of her 7-year-old Nysa. “She manipulates us so beautifully, we don’t even realise, until much later.”

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