Mumbai, November 14 (CINEWS): She may be pleased with her little girl Sanah for making a certain presentation with ‘Shaandaar’, however performing artist Supriya Pathak says she was not willing to let Sanah pick going about as her calling.
The 54-year-old performing artist, who has been in showbiz for as far back as three decades, said she didn’t need her to experience the anxiety and disappointment that accompanies being an on-screen character.
“I didn’t need Sanah to be an on-screen character. I was extremely concerned. I think the main thing incorrectly about our calling is the dissatisfaction you experience when you don’t have work, when you are going up or down. All the time the anxiety arrives. I am certain it arrives in different callings too, yet I know not my calling,” Supriya told PTI.
Be that as it may, the ‘Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela’ star got persuaded when Sanah contemplated her platitude anxiety accompanies every single calling.
“She was only five when she let me know about her craving to end up a performer. I was stunned. In any case, she, in the long run, put it pleasantly and said ‘Mother regardless of the fact that I turn into a specialist I will be experiencing the same thing. In this way, why not do what I adore doing.’ I understood that on the off chance that she needs to do it give her a chance to do it.”
Supriya feels she and her on-screen character spouse Pankaj Kapur have given their girl the ideal childhood and are certain that she can deal with herself. “I and Pankaj have given her the establishing. We know she can be independent of anyone else. She is an extremely persevering young lady, on the grounds that that has been taught into her through her dad. She is an extremely solid individual and her qualities are right,” she said.