Bollywood’s ace choreographer and director Farah Khan got married to Shirish Kunder in her 40s. The couple tried two years for a baby. Finally, she decided to go through with IVF.
Farah gave birth to triplets, on February 11, 2008. Farah has even suggested this procedure to many other women who were not able to conceive naturally.
She says, "When the choice is to either go childless or IVF, there is no room for doubts. I was 43 when I had my kids and my biological clock had stopped ticking long time ago."Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao
Aamir Khan, who had two children from his previous marriage, opted for IVF procedure with his second wife, Kiran Rao. The couple was blessed with Azad on December 5, 2011. Aamir was very open about this procedure and has recommended other couples to opt for it, too.
On the birth of child, Aamir said, “This baby is especially dear to us because he was born to us after a long wait and some difficulty. We were advised to have a baby through IVF surrogacy, and we feel very grateful to the Almighty that all has gone well."Sohail and Seema Khan
Sohail Khan and Seema decided to have a second baby, ten years after the birth of their first son, Nirvaan. They, too, decided to consider IVF surrogacy as an option to have their second child. Their second child, Yohan, was born in June, 2011. This much-in love couple had got married in 1998.Mahesh and Haseena Jethmalani
There has been a lot of speculation on King Khan and Gauri opting for IVF surrogacy. Recently, a news website carried an article that a top Bollywood couple is using IVF surrogacy to have a child. The report also stated that the couple already have two kids, one of whom is studying abroad. However, Shahrukh and Gauri have stayed mum on this issue.
Well, whatever may be the final outcome of this rumour, yet it is certain that IVF is a medicial blessing for couples who cannot conceive naturally.