Shahid Kapoor calls daughter Misha lucky to have a mother like Mira Rajput

Shahid Kapoor daughter


It’s Mother’s Day today and anyone and everyone are celebrating this lovely day. Even our Bollywood celebrities are showering all the love for their dearest mommies right from Salman Khan, Deepika Padukone, Alia Bhatt, Sidharth Malhotra, Arjun Kapoor to Sonakshi Sinha.

Shahid Kapoor daughter

And now Shahid Kapoor shares an adorable picture of wife Mira Rajput along with darling daughter Misha Kapoor, the picture is beyond cuteness, but the caption is even more heartwarming. The Padmavati actor called his daughter lucky to have a mom like Mira, he wrote, “Happy Mother’s Day all. @mira.kapoor you make me so proud. Misha is lucky to have you”. Aww that’s a huge compliment, isn’t it guys?

Happy Mother's Day all. @mira.kapoor you make me so proud. Misha is lucky to have you.

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Oflate Mira’s has been in headlines due to her comment on working mother’s, but finally, Mira gave her clarification today in an interview to an entertainment daily.

She clarified, “  I was just speaking my mind, my intention was not to offend or hurt anyone. Could I have chosen my words better? Maybe. But I am not a seasoned actor and I don’t know how to be politically correct. I was speaking for a section of women who aren’t given their due.

For that matter, I don’t think financial independence is the only yardstick to measure feminism. Women who stay at home and take care of the children or work from home deserve to be celebrated as much. They are also feminists in their own right because they have chosen their lives… even if they have not, they are giving it their all.”

She further added, “My mom balanced her career and motherhood. There was never a time when I felt that she was not around. That’s the essence of what I was trying to say. I don’t want to cross the fine line between independence and negligence. The Bill on six month paid maternity leave was passed recently and it’s to enable a woman to spend time with her baby . It’s not just for physical recovery; had that been the case, adoptive mothers wouldn’t have been eligible for it. It’s to nurture the bonding between a mother and her child. That’s all that I meant”.