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“Not every- body is blessed with a daughter; only lucky people are blessed with this bundle of joy. Every daughter is a laadli (adorable) and she is very special.” Shah Rukh Khan Actor

From Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan to cricketer Sourav Ganguly and former IPS officer Kiran Bedi — they all love their daughters and say the girl child is precious.

They are urging parents not to see daughters as a bane, but bring them up with care and make them independent.

“Not everybody is blessed with a daughter; only lucky people are blessed with this bundle of joy. Every daughter is a ‘laadli’ (adorable) and she is very special,” said Shah Rukh, who dotes on his eight-year-old daughter Suhana.

Even Sourav, the captain of Shah Rukh’s Indian Premier League (IPL) team Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), says he shares the most beautiful moments of his life with his daughter Sana.

“Everybody questions me about my most memorable moment — is it making a century in my Test debut or winning a series in England or getting into the World Cup finals? But the most memorable time is the time that I spend playing hide and seek with my sevenyear-old daughter,” said Ganguly.

“Her smile is priceless — no trophy and no award comes closer to matching it,” he added. The two shared their views about their daughters in a press statement. Even India’s first woman IPS officer is for the cause and says it is the parent’s responsibility to educate their child.

“I was my parent’s laadli.

It’s because of my parent’s upbringing that I am what I am today. It entirely depends upon the parents on how they bring up their girl child, educate them, make them financially self-reliant and get them the self respect they deserve. The number of girl children in India is decreasing. And this is not happening because of poverty, but mentality. If you think that girls are weak, it’s not their fault,” she said.


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