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"Single fathers" in news: Cheers to Karan & Tusshar!

Pallavi Thakur Bose
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Single fathers in news Cheers to Karan Tusshar

June 2016, we suddenly woke up to the news of actor Tusshar Kapoor becoming a father. Not married, not even dating anyone, Tusshar simply decided to opt for surrogacy and play a new role – that of a single father. While mainstream newspapers were criticised for splashing this news on front page, the news made quite a buzz nonetheless! Pictures of veteran actor Jeetendra (the grandfather) holding the baby went viral. Tusshar openly spoke how the modern medical marvel (surrogacy) made his dreams of fatherhood turn into a reality. While surrogacy has been adopted by many celebs, Tusshar was the first single father to opt for it in Bollywood.


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ThokchomBLanleima

| Jul 22, 2017

Anything can happen in this World....... keep your efforts to be Papa n mama as every parents yearns to know more about n learn many more things to let go on however condition it is ......we have to keep marching till they grow .But m sure both Karan and Tushar will also go through like many of us. Happy parenting Heroes.

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Pemthingchon

| Jul 07, 2017

surprise about their stories. thanks for the updates.

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Pallavi Thakur Bose

| Jul 07, 2017

A child can have both parents - mother and father yet grow up with emotional issues. I think the most important thing for upbringing is love, care and suppprt. If modern medicine can help people become parents why shy away from it?

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Krishna priya

| Jul 07, 2017

A child need both father and mother. Boy or a girl need the love and affection of a mother. Emotionally those kids will be affected when they came to know they don't have a mother not even in a photo, science and technology is growing but we should use it when it is at most important or critical time. if this becomes a cultural everyone will start follow it and most of them can't continue it till the end which will affect many kids. and also the value of women the value of our culture and the value of our tradition will slowly fade away.

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Vaibhavi MAhajani

| Jul 07, 2017

Actually you don't need to be a female to take care of a child or love like a mother. It is an emotion, sometimes missing even in a woman and some times, very much present in a man.

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mehreen

| Jul 06, 2017

No body can takecare a child like a mother do.. Surrogacy is a option for those who hav problems in conceiving ....

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