This pic is proof that single dad Tusshar Kapoor has learned all the ropes of parenting!
Don't we just love him!
Single dad Tusshar Kapoor is just loving fatherhood and is also showing the world that dads can also be good caretakers without any help from a mom.
First, we saw him pacifying his baby like a professional on the day of Ganpati Visarjan and now the cool father has posted yet another picture that proves he has learned all the ropes of parenting.
He captioned it aptly: Couldn't help but share this moment with my fans... priceless daddy moments with Laksshya.
While Tusshar has specified it here, we really don't need to know how much fun he is having parenting Laksshay after taking one look at this adorable picture. Check out this picture that Tusshar posted on his Instagram:
Tusshar has expressed his happiness on being a father on Ganpati this year and said that his son Laksshya is a blessing for him.
"This year it is a double celebration for us with Laksshya. He is a gift of Lord Ganesh. I would thank god for the blessing he has showered on us," he had said at that time.
Continue reading on the next page to know why Tusshar had a baby through surrogacy!
On having a child through surrogacy, Tusshar says, "By the time I reached my early mid-30's, marriage hadn't happened and I didn't have a clue when it would happen so I had this idea in my mind that the clock is ticking so I need to have a child at least if I want to be a father."
"You want to grow with your child and you want to be energetic for your child. So these thoughts would come to my mind and I didn't have a clue how I would go about it without getting married," he said at The Tara Sharma Show.
Tusshar is indeed setting a precedent for other men who want to have a child and raise it single-handedly. However, Tusshar made sure that he involves the whole family in the process so that he can learn the ropes of child rearing from them. That's also a great way to pass on your family's traditional values to your child from an early stage. All we can say is: good job, Daddy Tusshar!
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