Thursday, July 11, 2013                                NC 

Why has Shahrukh Khan named his newborn son AbRam?
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He might be a premature baby, but the attention hovering around his angelic head is what only dreams are made of. Shahrukh Khan's third child, who's been christened AbRam has become the talk of the town and the centre of some baseless controversies.

The little one, who's a surrogate baby, but born to Shahrukh and Gauri was born a few months before the supposed delivery date. The child's surrogate mother's name has obviously been kept confidential, but both SRK and Gauri are absolutely kicked to have the little bundle of joy. And, if you are wondering what's the mystery about his innovative name, we'll help you in unraveling the same.

According to Wikipedia, Abram is a masculine given name of Hebrew origin, meaning exalted father or father of multitudes. In the Bible it was the original name of the person later known as Abraham, the patriarch.

But, another theory floating around suggests that Shahrukh and Gauri chose the name, as it is the name of a prophet of God (Allah) named Ibrahim (Abraham) and the fact that the surrogate baby's name will be written as, AbRam makes us believe that Bollywood's most secular family wanted to highlight the Hindu connection by keeping the 'R' in caps and connecting the same with Lord Ram (or Rama), the much revered Hindu God.

Well, with both Ibrahim and Ram in his name, looks like AbRam will be one of the greatest star kids ever, courtesy the fact that God is smiling at him already!

Meanwhile, SRK has finally issued a press statement confirming the birth of the bonnie baby and stated, "They say a baby is God's opinion that the world should go on. Post this statement, I hope we all move on too."

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