Aishwarya Rai Says Inculcating Traditional Values In Her Daughter Comes Naturally To Her

We all know Aishwarya Rai Bachchan apart from being a great wife and a sanskaari daughter-in-law of the Bachchan family, is a doting mother. The diva is blessed with a cute baby girl named Aaradhya and is the apple of her eye. Aaradhya accompanies her star mommy everywhere she goes. Ash is very fond of her daughter just like any other mother would be and tries to keep her grounded and give her a normal life.

Aishwarya proves that she is one superwoman who along with her professional life handles her family in the most amazing way. She sees to it that she gives proper attention to her daughter and she doesn't feel left out.

In her recent media interaction, the diva talked in length about how she tries to inculcate good values in her daughter. She also spoke about how Abhishek and she shares the same values given by their family.

The Ae Dil Hai Mushkil star said that her family and Abhishek's family enjoys being traditional and it's one common quality both their families have. She added that they genuinely enjoy all the festivities and other aspects of the Indian culture. “We embrace being traditional and we are global citizens. That is the life we both have enjoyed in our growing up years."

She further said that she likes to inculcate traditional values in her daughter and it comes naturally to her.

She stated, “I think inculcating traditions in my daughter is natural to me, it is not conditional. That is how I am raised. So what we end up doing as parents, knowingly or unknowingly, we pass on to our children as traditions because that is the natural flow of life."

She said that it requires planning and they try to plan her work commitments in the weekend, so Aaradhya can travel with her. She thanked her team for helping her with the planning.

by Admin | Thu, Oct 11 - 03:05 PM

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