Shahrukh Khan and Gauri name their surrogate boy baby ‘Abram’

July 4, 2013, By Marian Dumitri

Bollywood Superstar Shah Rukh Khan today confirmed that he has a new baby boy.

Shahrukh Khan and Gauri name their surrogate boy baby Abram

In the recent past where the rumors of SRK and Gauri going in for surrogate child were in news, now revealed that the duo had a baby boy.

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) claimed that on May 27, a boy baby was born and parents’ names were listed as Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Shah Rukh Khan.

The reports claim the baby was born on 34th week and weighs 1.5 kgs. BMC has issued birth certificate to the parents’ SRK and Gauri who welcomed their third child with overjoy.

Manisha Mhaiskar, additional municipal commissioner, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), “Born to Shah Rukh and Gauri Khan, via a surrogate mother, the boy has been named Abram (a variant of Abraham). We have received necessary documents to register the birth.”

“It is a little mix of sadness and happiness at this point of time and I would request everyone including the concerned authorities to show the same alacrity in finding out and doing the enthusiastic investigation they are doing on my baby upon other things they should be lending their thoughts to right now,” said Shah Rukh Khan.

“Having said that when the sad part of it gets over of course I will share everything with you. So, this is the last question, get on the train baby…my baby will talk some other time”, the actor said.

It is speculated that the surrogate mother is Gauri Khan’s sister-in-law Namita Chibber. But the family member said that the surrogate mother already flew back to London. The baby was born at Masrani Nursing home.

However, Shahrukh Khan denied any such facts.

.”We are now in the process of establishing whether he is the biological child of the star couple. Once that is established, we shall ask them details of the sonography etc, to find out whether they did find out the child’s gender before birth,” added Manisha Mhaiskar.


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