In India surrogacy, sometimes called 'rent-a-womb', is legal and offered on a commercial basis. It is often an attractive option for couples who cannot have children of their own, and who live in countries where surrogacy is banned. For the surrogate mother it means an economic windfall that otherwise would not be achievable in her lifetime, and the chance to rise above poverty. But along with opportunities comes a complex maze of ethical issues. This controversial program profiles several couples who have chosen to use Indian commercial surrogacy services and the raft of legal, moral and ethical questions it raises.