The highly secretive couple Kashmira Shah and Krushna Abhishek who exchanged wows in 2013 after many years of dating become proud parents to twins via surrogacy in May 2017, who were kept in neo-natal care over a month and rest of the world was not informed until six weeks. At the time of birth Kashmira had already turned 45, while Krushna was all of 34.
Singer and actress Raageshwari Loomba gave birth to her first child, a girl, at the age of 41 on February 11.
Sharing the news with fans on Facebook, Raageshwari said, “Thank you for wishing us such Happy Days!! It has been an amazing and enjoyable 9 months of pregnancy. The birth an equally spiritual experience thanks to all the positive vibes. I was immersed in my world of affirmations, prayers and music for the miracle in my womb. Lil Baby Swaroop arrived on Feb 11th listening to a Mozart Lullaby. She is a calm and smiling miracle. She sends her Namaste & Salaamz with love, gratitude and wonder. We deeply wish for every couple to be blessed with this miracle. Much love to everyone out there. xx”.
Noted choreographer and judge of many dance shows Farah Khan become a proud mom of triplets at the age of 43 via IVF with husband Shirish Kunder. Bowing her heartfelt thanks to doctor Firuza Parikh the director-choreographer said, “I am not an actress. I had babies at the age of 43 because sometimes you just get so caught up in building your career that later you realize things.”
Gauri khan the better half of SRK become mother again to AbRam Khan at the age of 42 via surrogacy. AbRam, who was born prematurely, weighing less than 2 kilos, is a social media sensation and became a star the first media laid eyes on him.
Bollywood diva Diana Hayden was 43 when she gave birth, through the egg freezing method, to her daughter Arya.
In an interview with The Times of India, Diana said, “I froze my eggs for two reasons: I was busy with my career at that time and, more important, I was very clear that I was going to wait to fall in love and marry before having a baby.”