After receiving a positive response from the audience for her performance in the film “Sarbjit”, the actress took on a special Twitter Q & A session and interacted with her fans across the globe, read a statement.
From film choices to personal anecdotes, the actress answered a diverse range of questions sent by her fans on Twitter through special video tweets. She chose her favourite questions and answered them on @SarbjitMovie. She also answered questions from celebrities including Jackky Bhagnani, her “Sarbjit” co-star Richa Chadha and Abhishek.
When a fan asked her which one is harder – to be a mom or to be an actress?
The mother of four-year-old Aaradhya said: “Being a mom tops my priority list. I am committed as an actor and it’s there for you to see.”
In fact, she even considers her “little Aradhya, our angel” an inspiration.
The former beauty queen shared that as a lady, her mother is her biggest inspiration and today, even her daughter.
Talking about “Sarbjit”, which tells the hard-hitting story of an Indian farmer who was held captive and eventually died in a Pakistan jail, she said that the film found her. “It was meant to be. Would I like to do more biopics? Yes…sure,” she added.
When she was asked about her father-in-law and megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s reaction to her performance in the film, she said: “Pa put his arm around me and said ‘You did a very good job’.