The actress discusses her aspirations to adopt a kid, stating that the choice was not made on the spur of the moment.
Swara Bhasker, an actress, has registered as a potential adoptive parent with the Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA). While adoption wasn’t always a possibility, she says it was only in the last few years that she realised she wanted to start a family of her own.
She said, “I’ve always been a very family-oriented person. I’ve been talking to my parents about it. I happen to have a friend who adopted a child last year. The pandemic has made all of us revalue and reassess what we really want in life”.
Adoption, according to Bhasker, is a “wonderful” method to start a family. She goes into greater detail “It was only in the last year that I became aware about the orphan crisis in our country. To be able to have a family means to give abandoned and orphaned children a loving home and a healthy chance at a good life.” However, going for it is no easy task. The Bhaag is a Hindu god who lives in India. The performer from Beanie Bhaag has been accumulating as much information on adoption as she can.She further added, “I’m trying to relearn and learn as I want to be informed and careful. It’s not something I’ve done in a hurried and impulsive manner. I’ve thought about it and stayed with it for a while and assessed it for myself.”
On the professional front, Bhasker recently won the London Soho International Film Festival’s prize for best supporting actor for Sheer Qorma, “I say this without arrogance, but with a lot of conviction,” she acknowledges, “that I’m not surprised the film has received so many awards.” When asked how it has influenced her, she responds,“It’s wonderful to have these moments which give me validation. Often, we find ourselves in situations where we feel ki main kya aur kyun kar rahi hoon. Things like this help you keep going for another few months.”