Farah Khan: Hands-on spouse important to handle kids
Choreographer-filmmaker Farah Khan feels lucky to have a spouse like editor-director Shirish Kunder, who is hands-on their eight-year-old triplets
Choreographer-filmmaker Farah Khan feels lucky to have a spouse like editor-director Shirish Kunder, who is hands-on their eight-year-old triplets.
Shirish Kunder and Farah Khan
In an appearance on the fourth season of “The Tara Sharma” show, hosted by actress Tara Sharma, Farah shared that it's possible for her to step out and have a career because of a husband as supportive as Shirish.
“I don’t do it all alone. I can’t do it all alone if Shirish is not there... (he's) so hands on. You can’t go out and have a career and go for shoots and just leave the children. So you have to have a spouse who is also hands-on," Farah said.
"For two days he hasn’t been home and he has been doing his music and the children are lost like, 'who will get our printout for homework, where is dada'. So I just realised how hands-on he is,” added the "Om Shanti Om" director.
Farah, who got married to Shirish in 2004, and they had their triplets -- son Czar and daughters Anya and Diva -- four years later.
“It’s a tough job to keep them completely non-judgmental at home because the stereotypes mostly come from school, they come from the kids, their friends and what they probably see on television,” the 51-year-old said.
“The Tara Sharma show” which will air on June 12 on Star World and Star World HD, will serve as a platform for discussing parenting issues and also highlight important social topics with celebrities giving their views about various issues.
The other guests who will be joining the actress-host of the show will be actors John Abraham, Soha Ali Khan and cricketer Virat Kohli.