‘I would love to be a sin­gle fa­ther’

Hindustan Times (Ranchi) - Live - - Entertainment - Yashika Mathur

Ac­tor Se­hban Azim, who is cur­rently part of a daily show with chil­dren from dif­fer­ent age groups, says he’s thor­oughly en­joy­ing the com­pany of chil­dren.

And this young cast makes the ac­tor feel con­fi­dent to be­come a sin­gle fa­ther. “If life ever gave me that option then I would love to be a sin­gle fa­ther, and nur­ture a beau­ti­ful child,” says Se­hban, who has been part of TV shows such as Dill Mill Gayye, Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya and Yeh Hai Aashiqui.

“I think I could be a good sin­gle fa­ther be­cause I know how to cook, wash dishes, and ev­ery­thing else about rais­ing a kid. I have raised my broth­ers. My mom had taught me how to do it. So, I know why a child is cry­ing, if they are hun­gry or not, and what to give him or her when they are suck­ing their thumb, etc,” he adds.

Re­call­ing his child­hood days, he says, “I was a typ­i­cal Taare Zameen Par-type-of-akid; al­ways lost in my own world. I used to sit in my class and peep out of the win­dow, all the time. I was very weak in math­e­mat­ics, but good in English and Hindi be­cause there were stories to read. The only thing I used to en­joy was the lunch break.”

Ac­tor Se­hban Azim

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