5 parenting tips from celebrity Bollywood couples

Published: February 12, 2019
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Being a celebrity and devoted parent at the same time is tough. Multiple shoots lined up for the week, award ceremonies and meetings with film-makers can often result in stars not being able to give enough time to their children.

However, there are some superwomen and men in Bollywood who make sure to play a major role in raising their kids, while also balancing work simultaneously. Compiled from Elle magazine, here is a list of parenting tips by famous B-town personalities. Take cue because if they can work it out, so can you!

Kajol and Ajay: Discipline is key

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PHOTO: FILE

Even when you’re a celebrity kid, you need to follow the rules. In Kajol’s home, there is only one important one: Whatever mom says is right—and her kids have to toe the line.

Twinkle and Akshay: Teach them to lead a simple life

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PHOTO: FILE

The power duo believes the most important thing is to stay grounded. Inside their home, everyone is equal and nobody is encouraged to show off, even for a bit.

Kareena and Saif: Protect their interests at all times

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From the minute he was born, Taimur Ali Khan had the undivided attention of the media. However, both Saif and Kareena have always protected him from this glare, stood up to trolls and fought for the privacy of their son.

Sussanne and Hrithik: Spend quality time with your little ones

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PHOTO: FILE

These two have taught us that even divorce doesn’t stop you from being a parent. Spending time and going on vacations together with their family is an important part of getting to know your child better and shaping their personally. In an interview, Hrithik mentioned that fatherhood is the most important aspect of his life, and he’s committed to it.

Gauri and Shah Rukh Khan: Become your child’s best friend

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PHOTO: FILE

When we look at the Dilwale star and his family, we don’t see a typical parent-child relationship but instead, great bonds of friendship. Shahrukh once said, “I love my children not because they are my children, but because I have garnered a friendship with them. I am realising this that as they are getting older, they are my greatest friends.”

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