Kajol and Ajay Devgan Baby
Kajol married actor Ajay Devgan on 24th Feb 1999. She gave birth to baby girl on On 20th April, 2003. The couple named the girl as Nysa which means Goddess of purity.
Kajol lost her first baby as it was an ectoscopic pregnancy, she suffered a miscarriage.
Kajol is more concentrating on growing up of Nysa than doing films. She loves to spend much time with her daughter Nysa and even cancels her appointments to keep her happy. She even considers Nysa a great actress.
Kajol words about daughter Nysa:
“I would rank her 20 on a scale of one to ten, she is that good. She manipulates us so beautifully – we don’t even come to know about it, until much later. I am very content and very happy with where I am right now. Even the mistakes that I have made have been my grooming moments. As of now, I feel I still have a lot to learn and a lot to do. My foremost priority remains to bring up my daughter well. Everything else comes later…”
“Ajay named her Nysa. He had already decided that if the baby is a girl then she will have to be Nysa.”
Kajol words about motherhood:
“I was born to be a mother because I consider motherhood my exclusive niche in life. Nysa is my top priority. I can give up everything and anything for her. Why, the other day, I cancelled a long overdue appointment with a journalist because I had to take Nysa to her friend’s birthday party. The sheer joy she felt at the party made my day. I could not have gone with her had I stuck to my interview. Why Nysa alone? I am at the beck and call of my family at all times. It may be husband Ajay or my mother or sister. I think the family is and should be the first priority in any woman’s life. They should have that dependence on you that you are there for them no matter who you are, where you are and how you are. I have the same sense of dependence on my mother till today.”
“I am of the beck and call of family at all times. It may husband Ajay or my mother or sister. I think the family is and should be the best priority in any woman’s life. They should have that dependence on you that you are there for them no matter who you are, where you are and how you are. I have the same sense of dependence on my mother till today.”