Bollywood Celebrities Who Had Cherished Parenthood Via Surrogacy Or IVF

Some Bollywood Celebrities who are cherishing parenthood via Surrogacy or IVF

For any parent, whether they are a known personality or any regular person, having a child is a very special moment. However, some are left deprived of this golden moment due to medical reasons and complications. To help those, medical science introduced methods like surrogacy and IVF (In Vitro Fertilization). And clearly Bollywood Celebrities are taking advantage of it.

Surrogacy is a method or agreement whereby a woman agrees to carry a pregnancy for another person or persons. 

IVF, or In-Vitro Fertilization, is a treatment for infertility that involves the collection of eggs and sperm cells, which are then fertilized in an IVF laboratory and develop into embryos. These embryos are embedded in the woman’s uterus, where they attach to the walls and cause pregnancy.

These methods had brought happiness to the lives of many. However, we are here discussing some Bollywood Celebrities who had cherished parenthood via surrogacy or IVF.  

Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao

On 5th December 2011, Aamir and Kiran became parents of their first child (son: Azad Rao Khan) via surrogacy. In a letter Aamir and Kiran opened about the new concept of surrogacy. Due to medical issues the couple were facing difficulty to have a child.

Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan

Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s third child, Abram Khan was born through surrogacy on May 27, 2013. As per the reports, after trying for 2 years, the couple decided to choose surrogacy after dropping the idea of adoption.

Karan Johar- Single Father

Karan Johar had become the single father of twins: a girl (Roohi Johar) and a boy (Yash Johar) through surrogacy on 7 February 2017. 

Sohail Khan and Seema Khan

Salman Khan’s nephew, Sohail Khan, and Seema Khan’s second child, Yohan Khan was born in June 2011 via surrogacy. This decision was taken by the duo after 10 years since their first son Nirvaan was born.

Krushna Abhishek and Kashmera Shah

Krushna and Kashmera Shah’s twin sons- Rayaan K Sharma and Krishaang K Sharma were born in May 2017, via surrogacy. In an interview with Times Of India, Kashmera Shah seemed overwhelmed while talking about those 3 years when the couple were trying to have a baby.  

Lakshmi Manchu and Andy Srinivasan

Lakshmi Manchu and Andy Srinivasan’s daughter, Nirvana Manchu was born on June 15, 2014, via surrogacy. She had given this news on Twitter.

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Sunny Leone and Daniel Weber

In May 2018, the couple became proud parents of twin boys (Asher Singh Weber and Noah Singh Weber) via surrogacy. Sunny and Daniel are also proud parents of their adopted daughter Nisha. Leone revealed that she always wants to work. Therefore, surrogacy was her choice.

Shreyas Talpade and Deepti Talpade

Shreyas Talpade and his wife Deepti became parents of a baby girl, (Aadya Talpade) via surrogacy on May 7, 2018. The wait was 14 years long for this beautiful couple. However, finally surrogacy helped them to bring this happiness home.

Tusshar Kapoor- Single Father

Tusshar became a single father to a baby boy (Laksshya Kapoor), who was born through surrogacy on June 1, 2016. Tusshar wanted a biological child and adoption plans are kept for the future.

Farah Khan and Shirish Kunder

On February 11, 2008, Farah gave birth to triplets- one son (Czar Kunder) and two daughters (Diva Kunder and Anya Kunder) via IVF. She suggests this method to others also who are facing difficulty to bear a child.

Preity Zinta and Gene Goodenough 

Recently Preity And her husband Gene had recently joined the trend of surrogacy. They welcomed their twin babies Jai and Gia via Surrogacy.

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