Kavita Kaushik Will Never Have Kids But Has Adopted A Whole Family In Rajasthan

We all know her as the quirky Chandramukhi Chautala of the hits Sab TV show, FIR. The actress is now happily married to Ronnit Biswas and is having the time of her life with him. The two keep going on vacations to beaches and whatnot and keep giving couple vacation goals to everyone. However, as the Indian society goes, the question of having kids has started hovering over the couple but the two have shocked everyone with a revelation.

 

 

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In a recent interview with a leading daily, Kavita was questioned about her thoughts and plans of having kids. She was pretty outspoken about it and said in a firm tone, “I don’t want to be unfair to the child. If I have a child in my 40s, by the time my child would be 20, we would’ve touched our old age. I don’t want our child to take care of old parents in his/her 20s. Maybe we are not maternal and paternal as people. We want to make the world a lighter place and don’t want to bring up a child to this overcrowded city and throw him in the struggles of Mumbai.”

 

 

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Talking further, the actress said, “Ronnit lost his parents when he was very young and even I, being the only child, had to do a lot of hard work to make a living and support my family. So now, we are enjoying life like kids, travelling and achieving couple goals and more. Sometimes I act like a father to him and he acts like a mother to me. We fulfil the things that we don’t have in each other’s lives, thus, we don’t feel the need to have a child. ”

The couple does not want to have a kid but have decided to help their extended family. The actress said,  “We’ve already adopted our father’s extended family in the village in Rajasthan. We take care of them in the best of our capabilities. We like to do things for others.”

 

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