Family Comes First Even In Tinsel-Town

You have seen Aishwarya, Kajol, Genelia, and many other actresses entertaining you on the big screen. But, how these actresses manage to strike a balance between their personal life and work?? Here are their words spilling out the secret….

Genelia D’souza

I am giving my hundred per cent to my profession and family. Like other girls of this era, I am good at multi-tasking and am just doing that. I am happy as a wife, daughter in law and actress.” – Genelia D’souza

Raveena Tandon

Love to work again, keeps me alert and positive and functioning again, but don’t know if I’m ready to give into long hrs. Difficult to balance sometimes, love my work, but I realise I have my limitations. Wanna be home more…luckily it’s my choice, and I can choose.” – Raveena Tandon

Kajol

In order to strike a balance between her work and personal life, Kajol did not quit films, but bring down on the quantity of work that she did. While media contemplated about a lack of amicability between her in-laws and Kajol, she clarified that they were “like parents to me” and always motivated her to carry on working in films. She is a mother of a son, Yug, and a daughter, Nysa. She described motherhood as “fab” and added that her kids brought out “the best in her“.

Madhuri Dixit

Madhuri is concerned about balancing her career with caring for her young sons. My children are the most important part of my life. But they are growing and need to be a little independent.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

After she gave birth to a daughter, Aaradhya, Aishwarya admitted that Life has become quieter, which is very nice; I am spending a lot of time with her and just enjoying being a family.” “I have learnt to manage my time better with work so that my family time isn’t compromised too much. I prefer to take her with me on travels when the commitments are not too tight. My mother accompanies me to help with Aaradhya, so I am blessed that way.

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