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Neha Dhupia: I have fallen in love with the same person again and again | Bollywood

Neha Dhupia plays the role of a working mother in Jyoti Kapur Das’ Good Morning for Amazon Mini TV. Like the title, the film revolves around a single day in the life of Anagha dealing with challenges at work and home, involving her children. Hindustan Times recently had a brief chat with the actor ahead of the release.

The film evokes a discussion about the thin line between parents who guide their children and control their lives. Neha, who talks about juggling her acting profession while also being a mother to her children – Mehr and Guriq, feels: “I think there is a line that really needs to be defined. Expectations should be limited to the fact that you don’t have children. because you want them to make your dream come true, they are supposed to have their own dreams and to be able to make them come true.”

“When you’re raising your kids it’s extremely important to give them a great value system and that’s something we’re trying to do with Mehr. With one or two tantrums in a week for chocolate, of course, but that’s fine (laughs).”

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“Then we have our son Guriq. I hope he learns the same way. Perhaps because he’s a boy, I need to teach a different set of values ​​and a much larger-than-life lesson than to apply your mind and be all your heart. If a woman, a mother who has seen so many different people in life, seen ups and downs, is able to define what is right and what is bad, you will ensure that you give an advanced level of that to your children. That’s what we want to do.”

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“Academia, it’s up to us to send them to the best school we can. And it’s up to them to make the most of it. We have no ambition but an ambition that we want to raise good children. I have a feeling it must be so. Without any pressure. It doesn’t matter how you were raised or what generation you come from, or how you score on SATs, it doesn’t matter.”

Neha said she doesn’t like giving unsolicited advice to parents because everyone is trying their best. However, she did take her fair share of advice. “I think the best thing about having a second child is that no one gives you advice. They don’t dare. For by then they realize isko pata hain ye kya kar rahi hain.”

The only advice Neha would give is to mothers who suffer from maternal debt: “That’s probably the only time I contact me and say ‘Okay, you should do this yourself’. Although I am a big gyaani here, I just took the morning flight to Jaipur here and I am only watching the videos (of Mehr and Guriq). I feel like I can’t do this.”

“You have to have your blinders on, it’s great when you’re working outside your kids, but the moment you get out, between work or on a plane or go to the gym, your heart beats your brain and there’s a weird chemical that gets released in the body, which I think is the real mother’s fault, it makes your heart reach your knee,” she explained what mothers often go through.

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When asked about her stance on toxic parenting, she set the record straight: “When I think about what toxic parenting stands for, I don’t support it. I don’t see it happening around me because it doesn’t happen that much. If it happens it’s not around me as I would contact if I see something I disagree with as a parent, even for my child. I will reach out in my own nice way.”

Speaking of giving second chances in love, Neha said it all comes down to the level of “toxicity” she has to deal with. Boohooing, DMing someone else, redefining infidelity goals — like look at me, why should I give you a second chance? She also readily admitted to such past experiences, adding, “Yeah, it happened when I was younger. The beauty of being young is that you fall madly in love, sometimes very quickly with people or with the same person over and over. I’ve been in both situations and I think I did a good job. When I was 38, I met Angad (Bedi). When I was 38, I got married and had my child.”


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