Bollywood

“I like doing everything for Aaradhya myself”- Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

By Palak Sharma

August 07, 2018

Universal beauty Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is on an all-time high as her comeback film ‘Fanney Khan’ is garnering praises all over the country. Aishwarya is being appreciated for her portrayal of a superstar singer in the movie. In her personal life, Aishwarya is enjoying the bliss of being a doting mother to her daughter Aaradhya.

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Aishwarya is not just an amazing actress, she is also a devoted mother. Despite her busy life of being an international star and super-stardom, she always manages to make time for her little daughter. Aaradhya often accompanies her mom Aishwarya when she has to go out of the country for her professional commitments. Aishwarya is often spotted at airports with Aaradhya in tow.

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In a recent interview with IANS, Aishwarya revealed that she tries to keep the environment at home completely normal for Aaradhya and that after becoming a mother, her priorities have completely changed and skewed towards her daughter.

She was quoted saying: “It’s something I’ve grown up with. From the time I was 18, I’ve been juggling with many responsibilities. My day begins at 5.30 a.m. It has been that way from the time I remember. Of course, after Aaradhya my priorities have changed completely. She comes first, everything else is secondary.”

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She was asked about the fact the being a star mother, she is never seen with a nanny. She said: “Aaradhya does have a nanny. In fact, I am told I should have two of them because the one that I have, tends to take off on long holidays. But it doesn’t really matter. I like doing everything for Aaradhya myself.”

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She also revealed how she grew up in an environment like this, where her own mother was hands-on. “So it never even occurred to me that it could be otherwise,” she said. Aishwarya concluded her interview by saying, “Every homemaker who is a working woman is a hero. It requires a lot of juggling with time. And a supportive husband, which I luckily have.” Kudos to Aishwarya and all mothers who juggle between work and motherhood every day and nail both the roles perfectly.