Bollywood Actress Mums
Working mums are amazing superpowers who manage to work 24 hours a day balancing a whole host of issues no matter how challenging or hectic life gets. As such we have to multitask taking care of children, career, friends and family. This is particularly true if you happen to be a famous Bollywood actress. In these women’s lives, there is no such thing as a nine to five! Actresses have to work without considering the day or night, school holidays. These Bollywood actress supermoms, manage their homes and film shoot at the same time.
Kajol a gorgeous and talented actress who married in 1999 with Bollywood film actor Ajay now has two children. After the birth of her children, she wanted to spend more time with her kids so after 2003, she worked in just a few movies including “Fanaa,” “My name is Khan,” “We are Family,” “U Me our Hum,” and“Toonpur ka Superhero.” Proving not only that she is a good actress, but she is also a super mum who knows that how to balance the time between her home and acting. People are eagerly anticipating her upcoming movie “Dil Wala” with Shahrukh Khan.
Karishma Kapoor is another gorgeous actress and super mum, who knows how to manage her career while also being a mother to two kids, a daughter and a son. When she decided to start her career as an actress, she faced lots of restrictions from her family but managed to overcome these issues. She married Sanjay Kapoor, an industrialist. Her marriage didn’t work out so she decided to bring up her children alone, as a single, working and famous mother.
Juhi Chawla, one of the most bubbly and chirpy actress of the Bollywood supermoms and not that obsessed with her weight and always looks gorgeous. She is a successful working woman who works on different projects with Shahrukh Khan. She has a son and a daughter.
There are countless other women in Bollywood who are successful actresses and mums. Realistically we have to point out that these women may have access to resources such as finances, great child care and support that other more normal mothers may not be privileged to.
Author: Asian Mums Network guest writerShare This Post: