Q1: You have been a working mother for a few years: how difficult has it been to juggle work and personal life?
It’s all about management. If one does it well, it’s a smooth sail.
Q2: Considering that your children are very young, how do you avoid working long hours?
It’s sometimes unavoidable due to work demand and deadlines but I make sure it seldom happens.
Q3: Considering your professional commitments, how do you make sure your home isn’t affected?
That's a tricky question; as I said it’s all about managing your time well.
Q4: Do you feel your daughter will carry on your legacy?
I will let her decide.
Q5: What’s the most memorable gift your daughter ever gave you?
Knowing mama is a shoe freak; my daughter planned a trip to Park Towers with Dadi and got me shoes. I’ll always cherish that moment.
Q6: What is the one lesson you wish your daughter takes to heart?
Honesty and just being herself.
Q7: What worries you the most about your daughters?
It’s too soon for me to say anything here.
Q8: How is the bond between a mother and son different from a bond between a father and a son?
Mom and son relation is about softness and care, while father n son relation is about man to man thing.
Q9: Who is more of a disciplinarian, you or your father?
I am known as a monster mom; I guess it says it all.
Q10: Do you feel it’s important for mothers to be the nurturing ones and fathers to be the disciplinarians?
Yes I agree and it’s important.