Ashish Chowdhry names his twins Salara, Sammah


Proud father Ashish Chowdhry names his two twin daughters, Salara and Sammah. The ecstatic father took to twitter to announce the name of his adorable twins.

"Yes, it's official... 'Salara' and 'Sammah' are the latest Chowdhrys... Took a while coz I was not here... Even those names were always in my heart," Ashish, 36, tweeted.
   
Married to Samita Bangargi Chowdhry, the 'Double Dhamaal' actor and his wife are blessed with twin daughters on November 3, 2014.
   
The couple are already parents to five years old, Agastya. In another tweet, Ashish said that his son will be the protector of his sisters.

He wrote: “Lil’ August played an active part in namin his baby sisters. Proudly says he’s gonna b d protector of ‘Sally & Sammy’ as he calls em. #touche [sic].”

Talking about his twin daughters, Ashish says, "Salara was born first and Sammah entered the world a minute later. I have always wanted to call my daughter Salara even before Agasthya (their six-year-old son) was born. Sammah has been derived from our names (Ashish and Samita)."

The actor was away from his newborns as he was shooting for ‘Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi’, "I kept myself a little detached from my girls before I left for South Africa or else, it would have been impossible to leave. When I left them, they were 15 days old, and now when I am back, they're almost two months. It's a professional hazard my kids will face even when they grow up. I convinced myself by thinking that I'm working for the kids and their future."

Ashish Chowdhry says fatherhood makes men more responsible, "Fatherhood has only made me more responsible. Men are usually a little immature and complacent before they become fathers. I have become better than I was in all aspects. I want to set an example for my kids so that they are proud of their father," he replies.

The actor returned to TV with ‘Ek Mutthi Aasmaan’ and he says he will never quit the small screen. "TV has always been my calling. It was the norms of the industry that didn't allow me to work on television while doing a film. Today, the barriers are broken. I will always respect television as a medium because I was noticed as an actor first on it," he concludes.