Children's Day Special: TV stars wish for their kids

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Manav Gohil wants his daughter Zahra to learn to believe in herself and have faith in life. "This does not mean that one ignores intelligence, but faith is crucial as well," he adds.

Manav Gohil wants his daughter Zahra to learn to believe in herself and have faith in life. "This does not mean that one ignores intelligence, but faith is crucial as well," he adds.

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Kiku Sharda wishes that his kids stay innocent. He says, "In today's stressful and competitive world, it is the most beautiful quality that a person can have."

Kiku Sharda wishes that his kids stay innocent. He says, "In today's stressful and competitive world, it is the most beautiful quality that a person can have."

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Iqbal Khan wants his daughter Amara to learn to listen to him "…not because I know more than her, but because I have more experience. I don't want her to repeat my mistakes. She doesn't have to be clever, but she has to be a good person. Allah will take care of the rest. Inshallah".

Iqbal Khan wants his daughter Amara to learn to listen to him "…not because I know more than her, but because I have more experience. I don't want her to repeat my mistakes. She doesn't have to be clever, but she has to be a good person. Allah will take care of the rest. Inshallah".

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Roshni Chopra says, "I would like my son Jaiveer to be eco-friendly and conscious of the repercussions of our actions on our environment."

Roshni Chopra says, "I would like my son Jaiveer to be eco-friendly and conscious of the repercussions of our actions on our environment."

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If there's one gift any parent can give to his / her child, it is the gift of right values. TV stars talk to Kavita Awaasthi about the one value they want to their child to imbibe in life. "I want my son Vir to pick up values early. I want him to respect people's time and learn the value of money and relationships," says Mandira Bedi.

If there's one gift any parent can give to his / her child, it is the gift of right values. TV stars talk to Kavita Awaasthi about the one value they want to their child to imbibe in life. "I want my son Vir to pick up values early. I want him to respect people's time and learn the value of money and relationships," says Mandira Bedi.

UPDATED ON NOV 14, 2013 02:33 PM IST
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