Producer Farah Khan says she doesn't have to give any counsel to Salman Khan on having children as the hotshot is exceedingly insightful. Farah, who brought forth triplets through In-vitro treatment (IVF), was going to an exceptional occasion of Jaslok Hospital to spread mindfulness about IVF and surrogacy.
At the point when asked what counsel he might want to give the 50-year-old "Dabangg" star, who is partial to kids, Farah joked, "Salman is very good as he is. He doesn't need (any advice). He can advise everybody. We don't need to advise him. He is far more successful and intelligent than all of us put together."
The "Om Shanti Om" executive, who has two girls and a child, said the method of having youngsters through IVF and surrogacy is a gift. "I am not an actress, I had babies at the age of 43 because sometimes you get so caught up, you are making your life, building your career and may be you don't want to get married… for me, to have IVF and someone guiding me like doctor Firuza Parikh it was a god send," she said. "Later in life there should not be any regrets. Sometimes you have children too early and regret it, 'If I wouldn't have, my career would have been different' and sometimes when you don't have, you miss that opportunity," Farah said.
The 51-year-old "Happy New Year" helmer said she is proud she has children through IVF. "It is important that we come forward and take pride in this because it gives so much courage and so much hope to people who want to do it, but are scared to do it. I proudly say that my children are from IVF and no, a pizza man did not deliver you," she said.
Actor Tusshar Kapoor recently became a single father of a baby boy who was born through IVF and surrogacy, in June this year. Prior to that, superstars like Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan also had children through surrogacy.