I am not a celebrity at home, neither are my kids: Anil Kapoor

I am not a celebrity at home, neither are my kids: Anil Kapoor

theindusparent caught up with the Jhakaas actor at the unveiling of his wax statue at Madame Tassauds in Singapore.

He is popularly known as the youngest actor Bollywood has ever seen and even at the age of 60, he gives the fresh new stars a run for their money.

Yes, we're talking about Bollywood's one and only Jhakaas actor Anil Kapoor, who somehow manages to look like a 25-year-old even at the age of sixty with three grown up kids.

In Singapore, to unveil his wax statue at the Madame Tassauds, where he also launched a new interactive zone, designed by Wizcraft International as part of IIFA, the actor interacted with the press and his fans sharing some interesting facts about his normal life at home with his super popular kids.


It must be noted here that IIFA 2017 is taking place in New York in June. The Bollywood actor also posted pictures of his happiness and excitement on Twitter and wrote that he was humbled by the incredible honour.


"We are not celebrities at home"

theindusparent had an opportunity to catch up with the actor and know about the kind of father he is at home to his two celeb kids, Sonam, Rhea and Harsh Vardhan Kapoor.

"For me, Sonam is a child and a daughter like any other father. Rhea, Harsh and Sonam all are the same to me. They are my children and not celebrities for me. Neither am I a celebrity for them, I am just their father," he said.


Unveiling... Yours truly !! Thank you @MTsSingapore for making me look good in wax! #MadameTussauds

A post shared by anilskapoor (@anilskapoor) on

The Dil Dhadakne Do star added that at home he is like any other parent and wishes for the well-being of his kids.

"Of course, all parents get worried about their children and we wish for their well-being in every sphere of life. As kids, as students, they will always remain my children even when they are 50-years-old and get married and have children. And I become a grandfather or a great-grandfather, they will always remain my children," he added.

Parenting is a learning process...

When asked to share some parenting tips he swears by the Parinda star said," I am also learning how to be a good parent and I think both kids and parents should keep on learning to make each others' lives happier and healthier," adding that,"As parents, we should let the children be and let them be independent. Plus there has to be a certain amount of discipline as well. It's a combination of the two."

You can catch up the full interview here:

Also Read: Sonam Kapoor opens up about being molested as a child

If you have any insights, questions or comments regarding the article, please share them in our Comment box below. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Google+ and Twitter to stay up-to-date on the latest from theIndusparent.com

app info
get app banner