Anyone who is single insists that being a mother is the best feeling in the world. There is no age group to embrace motherhood and Bollywood celebrities have proven it time and time again. From Kareena Kapoor Khan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Shilpa Shetty Kundra to Farah Khan, many celebrities became mothers in their thirties and forties. have a look:
Farah Khan set an example in her decision to become an IVF mother. She and her husband, Shrish Kunder, were married in 2004. Four years later, at the age of 43, Farah gave birth to triplets: a son and two daughters through IVF. She once shared an Instagram post with the note that said, "Our decisions make us. I became an IVF mother at the age of 43 and I am glad I did. I wish great motherhood to all the women who want to be. mothers - naturally or otherwise. An open letter to all women. "There, reminding you that #ItsAWomansCall."
Rani Mukherji married director Aditya Chopra in an intimate Italian wedding. The couple welcomed her daughter Adira Chopra in 2015, a year after her wedding. Rani was 37 years old when she became a mother.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan decided to have a baby after four years of marriage. The actress was 38 when she embraced motherhood. After welcoming her daughter, she was poached to gain weight during pregnancy. In response, she told Filmfare: "I didn't think much about the fact that I had gained weight. I did nothing as expected of someone who came up with all the aphorisms like me. Beauty model, titleholder, glamorous, Cannes, brands ... There are a lot of glamors and a lot of images attached to me. But I have stayed true to my reality. If my body has gone through that change, so be it. I have not taken advantage of the stereotype of what is possible. It is a choice of individuals if people decide to go under the knife. I managed to get there but decided not to. I felt very comfortable in my own skin and gained recognition along the way. The women who met me publicly thanked me for the fact that I was giving them the strength to feel comfortable with natural change. Anything can happen to a woman hormonally, her body can undergo changes and it is important to stay comfortable. And don't let that affect psychologically. My comfort and persuasion to say that really, in turn, h has given strength to so many women. Suddenly, it's okay to gain weight. It's okay for her body to change physically for health or other reasons, and she's okay to dress however she wants. "
Shilpa Shetty Kundra
Shilpa Shetty married Raj Kundra in a lavish ceremony in 2009. The actress welcomed her first child, Vian, in 2012. She was 37 years old when she became a mother. Later, Shilpa and Raj opted for surrogacy and welcomed her second child, Samisha, in 2020.
Neha Dhupia, who married her lover Angad Bedi in 2018, gave birth to a daughter that same year. She was 37 years old when she gave birth to a foal. Currently, she is expecting her second child and her due date is September. Speaking of her second pregnancy, Neha told BT: "In the last two years, we've become so confident that we should have another baby. The first time, she jumps into unfamiliar territory, while the second time, you know what. beautiful it is. to be. "
Kareena Kapoor Khan
Kareena Kapoor Khan married Saif Ali Khan when they were both at the peak of their careers. The duo welcomed their first child, Taimur Ali Khan, after four years of marriage. Bebo was 36 when she gave birth to Timur. In 2021, she had her second child, Jay Ali Khan, at the age of 40. Currently, she is still sporting the "new mom" look like the diva that she is. She recently released her book, Kareena Kapoor Khan's Pregnancy Bible, in which she shared her pregnancy experiences. During a recent interaction on Instagram, Bebo revealed that her first pregnancy was smooth, but the second time it was difficult. She said: "This pregnancy was very difficult compared to Timur's pregnancy, which was very easy. I loved it and I enjoyed it and it gave me the courage to do it again. But this was different. I had seizures from where I was sitting and thinking. , 'I don't think I can do it, I don't think anything would be right.'Also, Read - The CISF officer who stopped Salman Khan at the Mumbai airport is now in trouble. Check how?