Actor-producer Tusshar Kapoor on Monday announced his debut book “Bachelor Dad”, which will shed light on his journey to fatherhood

Actor- Producer Tusshar Kapoor is the first Bollywood celebrity to become a surrogate dad. He welcomed his son Laksshya Kapoor through surrogacy in June 2016. On Monday, he announced his debut book “Bachelor Dad” and said that it will throw light on his journey to fatherhood. The 45-year-old actor said the book, published by Penguin India, will paint an “honest picture” about his life.

Releasing on the 20th of January, 2022 The Bachelor Dad will inspire single men and women to realize their dreams of parenthood. Written in a frank, funny, no-holds-barred manner, Tusshar reveals interesting childhood anecdotes, the process of raising a child as a single man in India, how the search for the perfect soulmate doesn’t stop after having a child, and finally how, his son, Laksshya, changed his life forever.

He said, “Becoming a father has been one of the most cherished moments of my life and my first book, Bachelor Dad, talks about how I took a slightly unconventional road to fatherhood. I’ve been lucky in that I’ve had the support of some amazing people on this journey but my decision to become a single father also raised several questions which I have tried to address on various media platforms, though the message has often been lost in translation. Perhaps that’s why I’m feeling joyous now, because part of my objective to write this book was to share an honest picture about my life, and that will finally be fulfilled.”

Announcing the book on Instagram, he wrote, “I WROTE A BOOK! Becoming a father has been one of the most cherished moments of my life and my first book, Bachelor Dad, talks about how I took a slightly unconventional road to fatherhood.

I’ve been lucky in that I’ve had the support of some amazing people on this journey but my decision to become a single father also raised several questions which I have tried to address on various media platforms, though the message has often been lost in translation. Perhaps that’s why I’m feeling joyous now, because part of my objective to write this book was to share an honest picture about my life, and that will finally be fulfilled.”

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