‘Feel over­whelmed to watch my kids grow’

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Time Out - An­juri Na­yar Singh an­juri.na­yar@htlive.com

Ac­tor Ur­vashi Dho­lakia’s (right) twin sons, Kshi­tij and Sa­gar, re­cently turned 22 and the happy mother took to In­sta­gram to share a pic­ture with them.

Ur­vashi who be­came a mother at the age of 17, had to strug­gle a lot as a sin­gle mom. How­ever, she had sup­port­ive people around her to get her through that time. “I am so hum­bled and thank­ful to ev­ery­one who has sup­ported me dur­ing that phase. I am very thank­ful to God that I have been able to take care of my fam­ily well,” she says. Her sons are also drawn to show­biz and have as­sisted di­rec­tor Sa­jid Khan on his film Humshakals (2014).

The ac­tor says that though the twins are grown up and are even taller than her, she still sees them as kids. “They will al­ways be chil­dren to me. With kids, it’s a never end­ing process. Ev­ery­day, I feel over­whelmed to watch them grow. I am such a proud mother,” says Ur­vashi, who has acted in se­ri­als such as Ghar ek Mandir, Kasautii Zindagi Kay Kabhi Sauten Kabhi Sa­heli and Kahiin to Hoga.

UR­VASHI DHO­LAKIA SAYS THAT THOUGH THE TWINS ARE GROWN UP AND TALLER THAN HER, SHE STILL SEES THEM AS KIDS

PHOTO: IN­STA­GRAM/ URVASHIDHOLAKIA9

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