Tusshar Kapoor has become a huge inspiration as he is taking the best care of his cutie pie, Laksshya Kapoor. Tusshar aces the role of a single parent. The dashing hunk is an active and doting dad. From helping him in his studies, enjoying special moments with him to rejoice his birthday, the actor dad has redefined the complete meaning of fatherliness. On May 22, 2020, Tusshar treated his buffs and followers with a delightful jamming session with Laksshya. In the video recording, both loving dad and son, Tusshar and Laksshya, were seen shaking a leg to some poems and beginning their day on a pleasing note. Together with the video, Tusshar wrote, “Some Fridays just don’t turn out the way they were expected to! Nevertheless, friyay!”
After Laksshya’s birth, the actor held a press meet at his home and made a declaration about the arrival of his baby boy. While announcing the same, he stated, “I wanted to be a father. I met Dr. Firuza Parikh and she suggested this procedure. I was in a hurry to become a father. I am turning 40 in a few months, so I felt I was at the right stage to become a single parent and I went ahead with what was told to me. I am happy that I have taken the right decision. Our family is complete now, we are five now, grandparents, me, my sister and little Laksshya.”
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The best thing we can do for our kids is to try and instill a love for books, story telling, nature, sharing the planet with animals and outdoor play-sports! This Mother’s Day let’s celebrate how best we can, as single parents or married couples, enrich the lives of our kids and empower them! All one needs is love and quality time and not pretensions of what a perfect family looks like or needs to be like! Happy Mother’s Day!
On Bebo’s most popular radio show, What Women Want, Tusshar talked on choosing surrogacy over adopting a kid. In his statement, he stated, “Mujhe apna bachcha chahiye tha (I wanted a biological child). Maybe I will adopt in the future, you never know. Never say never to anything. If people who get married and have stereotypical families would like to have their own kids, why can’t I, as a single parent?”