Kareena Kapoor talks about her experiences as a mother so far and why is it important to treat stars like any other professionals.
Kareena has more than proved to the world that women celebs are no different from any other professional women, when they experience motherhood!
Firstly, she stunned everyone by completing all her professional assignments, even when she was pregnant, leaving nothing incomplete. It seemed like she was more of a workaholic then, than ever before!
In fact, she was very vocal about it. “I am committed to my professional assignments and it’s high time everyone treats us like any other common professional women.”
We had the opportunity to meet her for the first time, after her baby boy, Taimur made an entry into her life. Kareena, as usual, answered all our queries unhesitatingly, in her usual style.
Talking about motherhood, she says, “I have learnt to multitask now, exactly like all mothers do. I manage my baby just like every mother manages her kid. I have learnt to do everything. But above all, I am learning how to strike the right balance between my personal as well as my professional life.”
Elaborating on this, she quips, “I have worked through my pregnancy. Choosing scripts has nothing to do with me being a mother. The shooting of my forthcoming film, Veere Di Wedding, will commence in May. In the meantime, I am also busy reading a few other scripts.”
Adding to this, she explains, “Saif and I have decided to allot dates accordingly — either of us will be with Taimur. We will see to it that Taimur will have one of us with him all the time, even though there is a nanny.”
So, is she taking tips from Karishma? “In fact, I am enjoying every phase of motherhood at the moment. I want my own experiences. It’s like an adventure to me. So, I don’t even take any advice from Karishma as such. I want to cherish these moments with Taimur. They are exclusively for me,” she clarifies.
Does Taimur let her sleep at night? “I don’t have any sleepless nights. These are all blissful and cheerful nights, filled with contentment,” she concludes.