Exclusive: Watch Dad Cyrus Broacha's hilarious take on parenting in this video
All hell broke lose when the dynamic team of Parent Town got Cyrus on the hot seat and asked him to attend one of their spunky AMA sessions. Watch it to believe it!
You've known him as the Dad of comedy and have loved him for his hilarious takes on politics and life in general in India on his various shows. But in real life Cyrus Broacha is a dad as well and has two grown up kids--daughter Maya Broacha and son Mikhail Broacha.
Cyrus has always said that his style of parenting is way different from others and taking care of two grown-up kids can be a tough task. This was very clear in his interaction with theindusparent as well.
"It’s a hideous form of torture, especially, if am left alone to handle it. Because by nature, I have shared responsibility for the past 44-years, successfully. My entire lifestyle is non-responsibility based. And it’s allowed me to live stress-free and I really enjoy it," he had said in an exclusive interview to theindusparent a couple of months back.
"Honestly, parenting is a very stressful thing for me personally. It’s also very challenging. But I‘ve done a very simple thing. I allow the children to lead," he had stated.
However, all hell broke lose when the dynamic team of Parent Town got Cyrus on the hot seat and asked him to attend one of their spunky AMA sessions.
Cyrus was thrown a volley of questions from the Parent Town users from all across India. Parent Town is a swanky new parenting app that was recently launched in India and has the tagline “It takes a town to raise a family”.
Apart from to-be mums and parents discussing every day parenting problems, Parent Town also has in-house and guest experts that answer all parenting-related problems by users. You can download the app from your android or Apple app store.
Meanwhile, watch Cyrus Broach discuss his quirky parenting style and answer questions from Parent Town users in this hilarious video. We guarantee you’d be laughing throughout!
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