Almost three decades into the business, Kajol has managed to deliver hits after hits, breaking the stereotypes built around the heroine of the ‘90s. Kajol made balancing her personal and professional life look so easy that she never gave us a chance to miss her on the big screen. A mother to two, Kajol now transcends her real-life role onto the big screen with her latest release, Tribhanga.
Talking about how being a mother is a full-time job, Kajol said, “If you don’t cook for your child, go to pick up your child from school, you’re a bad mother if you don’t attend one PTA meeting, you’re a bad mother… So there are too many things that make you a bad mom and not enough that makes you a good mom.”
When asked if she ever looked into theory to improve as a mother in her early days, she added, “The only thing a parenting book will teach you is to tie a nappy! Not how to wash the bum, or pick up your child when she’s crying.”