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Neha Dhupia: I have fallen in love with the same person again and again, but did okay

In Jyoti Kapur Das’ film Good Morning for Amazon Mini TV, Neha Dhupia portrays a working mother. A single day in the life of Anagha, who has difficulties at work and at home concerning her children, is the focus of the movie, which is true to its title. Prior to the film’s release, Hindustan Times recently had a brief conversation with the actor.

The movie raises questions about the fine line between parenting and micromanaging children. Neha, who frequently discusses balancing her acting career with mothering her two children, Mehr and Guriq, believes that “a line needs to be drawn.” Expectations should be limited to the fact that you are unable to bear children because you want them to experience life as you have imagined it. They are expected to be able to live out their own dreams.

Giving your children a strong value system is crucial when you are raising them, and we are attempting to do that with Mehr. With, of course, one or two chocolate-related tantrums per week, but that’s okay (laugh)

Then we had Guriq, our son. I hope he picks up the same lessons. Because he is a male, I might have to impart a new set of morals and a much grander message than using your brains and being all heart. You’ll be sure to impart a high level of that knowledge to your kids as a woman and mother who has experienced life with so many different people, seen its highs and lows, and been able to identify what is good and terrible. What we want to do is that.

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“Academically, it is our responsibility to send them to the best school we can. And it’s up to them to take advantage of it fully. We only have the desire to raise moral children as our only objective. I believe it should be that way. without any kind of pressure. It is irrelevant how you were brought up, from what generation you are, or how well you scored on the SAT.

Neha stated that she dislikes offering parents unwanted advise because everyone tries their best. She did, however, cope with a considerable amount of counsel. “I believe that the best benefit of having a second child is that no one offers advise. They are hesitant. Since they have realised by that point that “isko pata hain ye kya kar rahi hain”

Mothers who experience mom guilt are the one group Neha would advise: “That is probably the only time I reach out and say, “Okay you have to go and do this for yourself.” I just caught the morning flight to Jaipur, albeit I’m being a big gyaani here, and I’m simply scrolling through the videos (of Mehr and Guriq).

“You’ve got to have your blinders on. It’s great when you’re working away from your kids, but the moment you get off—whether it’s from work, boarding a plane, or heading to the gym—your heart blows your brain out, and your body releases some strange chemicals. That, in my opinion, is when the real moms are guilty, ” she said. She described the typical emotions mothers experience as making your heart want to drop to your knees.

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She clarified the record when asked where she stood on toxic parenting, saying, “If I think about what toxic parenting stands for, I don’t stand by it. Because it doesn’t happen frequently, I don’t notice it around me. If it’s happening, it’s not close to me because if I saw something that I didn’t agree with as a parent, even for my child, I would reach out. I’ll extend my hand in the kindest manner I know how.

When asked about giving second chances in relationships, Neha answered it all depends on how much “toxic-ness” she can handle. When I look at you, why would I give you another chance? “Boohooing, DM-ing someone else, redefining infidelity goals, like look at me. She promptly shared these previous experiences with him and said, “Yeah, it happened when I was younger. The wonderful thing about being young is that sometimes you naively fall in love with someone extremely quickly or the same person repeatedly. I have experienced both, and I believe I performed satisfactorily. At age 38, I met Angad (Bedi). I had my child at age 38 and got married.

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Anand Ahuja is astounded by Sonam Kapoor’s weight loss merely “3 months” after the birth of her kid Vayu.

Sonam Kapoor was in Delhi for an event with Anand Ahuja. Sonam documented everything from her airport look to the outfit she wore to the event.

Anand shared a video of Sonam at Mumbai airport that was posted on a paparazzi account. In the clip, Sonam is seen getting out of her car and walking inside the airport gate.

Sonam attended the event with actor-brother Harsh Varrdhan Kapoor. Sonam’s stylist-producer Rhea Kapoor shared the picture, and wrote, “Don’t call it a comeback.”

She had said that she had a ‘quick birth’, and has been ‘breastfeeding easily’. The actor also shared the steps she took to ensure she had no stretchmarks. They had announced their son Vayu’s name via an Instagram post, a month after his birth.

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