Blind Item – March 2018 – Bollywood 8
It’s a good thing that Mumbai Mirror published this blind item. It answers the question once and for all. The question that we all have been wondering, but since it’s a touchy topic you can’t really scream it out. It’s clear to everyone that his babies look caucasian or white, but as they are growing older, one of them has started to have blonde hair. We wonder whether that is going to change as he grows older or will the father do something about it later on.
Also, those who want white or Caucasian babies, does that make them racist? Just something we are wondering because you don’t want your kids to look like you or your people, you want them to look like white people; people from other countries. That’s a little strange, isn’t it? Are you ashamed of your people?
It’s like ordering something, but you are the one specifying the ingredients or features of that purchase. Now that we mentioned that, it’s sounds like something so wrong to do. It’s not wrong wanting a baby, but to want it to look a certain way, that’s a bit extreme. Do they want a child or do they want an accessory to parade or show off in society?
Something to think about. In the meantime, check out the blind item from Mumbai Mirror.
A leading south Mumbai doctor has been making the right kind of noises in celebrity circles. He is well-known as the surrogacy specialist for not just city folk looking to grow their families, but also those from across India. His speciality –other than a great success rate, of course – is in offering Caucasian eggs to baby hopefuls. For example, a man can offer his bits to an unknown Caucasian woman’s egg, and a local surrogate will carry it to term. We hear several well-known families have opted for this. Just look for very fair kids or ones with blonde hair.
Doctor: Dr Jatin Shah
Celebrity with Caucasian baby: Karan Johar