Sushmita Sen – Not Only Miss Universe but Mommy Universe!
Bollywood celebrities are the trendsetters when it comes to fashion and style. But, there are many celebs who have set an offbeat trend by bringing a change in the society. They have taken a courageous step by adopting kids and nurturing their life. And, this list includes many single parents as well. One such celebrity is Sushmita Sen.
Born on 19 November 1975, Sushmita is an Indian film actress, model and the winner of the Miss Universe pageant of 1994. Sen was the first Indian to win the crown.
The greatest achievement of all was her firm decision and her interest in kids. She has deep love for kids and therefore she decided to adopt a child at the age of 18. Her obsession towards kids was irresistible and therefore she decided to adopt a girl child. Sushmita Sen is an example to Indian women of becoming a single parent through adoption. The decision of adopting a girl child was also a serious agenda and the news was spread across the nation. But this Bengali Beauty readily took this challenge and adopted a girl child.
She adopted two kids – Renee Sen (daug.) and Alisah Sen (daug.). Both the daughter though adopted, are loved and successfully taken care of by the celebrity Mom. Sushmita adopted Renee in 2000 and Alisah in 2010.
This is how a famous personality has filled up her own life and brought in two little angels who will accompany her and also provide her a family feel throughout her life. It is a perfect example for those who want to complete their family but are still not taking a step ahead to adopt a child.
So move ahead and fulfill a child’s dream. Its time for many of us to change lives of those kids who need our support.
Time for our viewers to cherish some of the pictures of this amazing Mother-Daughters trio.
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