Bollywood stays in the game with film about surrogacy
Bollywood is keeping right up to date with bioethical dilemmas.
is keeping right up to date with bioethical dilemmas. Mala
Aai Vhhaychy! (I Want to Be a Mother) deals with the heartrending issues
surrounding surrogacy. Mary, a model from America, goes to India to find a surrogate
to bear a child for her. She chooses a poor woman named Yashoda, but five and
half months into the pregnancy Mary learns that the child could be born
handicapped and she returns to the US. The film opened in Mumbai in February. ~ St. Paul
Business Journal, Jul 26
India stays up to date with new film about surrogacy
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