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Manyata, wife of sanjay dutt in todays Time of india newspaper is commenting that she is trying hard to have a child from sanjay dutt.
Without children, is she not safe of wed-lock from sanjubaba?

Asked by mohd yousuf, 28 Apr '09 03:45 pm
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No, aisi baat nahi hai
quonki hum log indian culture ke hai isliye use bhi aisa lagta hoga ki shaadi ke baad ab bachche chahiye, aur ab sanju baba ki umer bhi dhalti jaa rahi hai kya pataa aage jakar woh bachche paida karne ke kaabil rahega ya nahi..?
is vajah se bhi maanyata juldbaaji karti hogi
Answered by SUBHASH PAWAR, 28 Apr '09 03:52 pm

 
  
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Munna bhai ka kya bharosa kabhi bhi circuit too sakta hai
Answered by babu rao, 28 Apr '09 05:34 pm

 
  
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Yousuf Bhai sorry to say that this exclusively a personal matter of them. Let them decide what ever they want even thou they are public figures we forget that they are also human beings.

Every lady always likes to have small child with her. Manyat a newly wed girl if she likes to have one Allah may fill her wish. As we understood she has no children from the first marriage but Sunju Baba at least have, so she must take those children as her own and treat them nicely as their own mother. By the time she should prey regular to Allah Subhanawatala (God) to conceive. Also we all
Answered by Ali Mohammad sheikh, 28 Apr '09 04:49 pm

 
  
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Yes ,not safe
Answered by yusuf syed, 28 Apr '09 03:53 pm

 
  
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The desire to mother is not only the desire to have children, but also the desire to care for them. It is not the duty to mother, or the compulsion to mother, or the concession to mothering when other options are not available. It is not the acquiescence to prescribed roles or the result of brainwashing. It is the longing felt by a mother to nurture her children; the wish to participate in their mutual relationship; and the choice, insofar as it is possible, to put her desire into practice.
Answered by jameel ahmed, 28 Apr '09 07:25 pm

 
  
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