Mandira Bedi said after Raj Kaushal’s death: My children are my reason for earning, living, moving forward
Mumbai: Actress Mandira Bedi says all her energy is on making sure she is a good parent to her two children, whom she considers her biggest strength and driving force to be a better person.
The actor-TV presenter, who lost her filmmaker husband Raj Kaushal in June, said their children – son Veer (10) and daughter Tara (5) – are the world to them.
“My motivation to work, strive and do better… My biggest inspiration is my children. Whatever I do, I do it for them. They are my reason for moving forward, my reason for living, To do better, to be better, this is the reason I have guts, strength, reason to earn. I need to be a good parent to them.’
The 49-year-old actor has been one of the most prominent faces on television. Though she has acted in films like ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’, and the anthology ‘Dus Kahaniyan’, she has received praise and praise on the small screen with hit shows like ‘Shanti’, ‘Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’ and ’24’. Got fame. ‘.
He has also hosted the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2003 and 2007, the Champions Trophy in 2004 and 2006 and the Indian Premier League Season 2.
Bedi said her career has been full of challenges, but she doesn’t regret it as failures have taught her the only lesson that success doesn’t.
“There have been many challenges, the ups and downs have been challenging, there have been tough times. But the public’s memory is short. You are known by the last project you did. By God’s grace, I have a lot of work behind me. The ups and downs are amazing They are great when you are experiencing them.
“When you’re down, they make you appreciate the good times. You learn more from your failures than you learn from success. Ups and downs give you perspective in life, that’s how I see challenges. My There is a lot that I have faced in my life and there is always growth and learning from them.”
Bedi is currently back with the third season of Romi Now Original, ‘The Love Laugh Live Show’. The celebrity chat show features Bedi reprising her role as the host.
The actor-host said ‘The Love Laughs Live Show’, which premiered on Romy Now and other Times Network channels on Saturday, is an episodic series because it is a “happy, positive show”.
“The world could do with a lot more positivity than I know I could. Every time I meet with any of my guests, the line of questioning is so sweet, upbeat that whoever is looking at it He can get the vibrations. I feel it when I am hosting it. People have done a lot in the last year and a half.
He added, “To know that people in the public eye have also struggled and how they have overcome those struggles, it is something that the audience will love to hear, experience and see.”
According to the actor, the show deals with the kind of work that she wanted to do at this stage of her career.
Unlike in her 30s, when Bedi said she was “ridden with insecurities”, her current phase is one of endless opportunities.
“In my 30s, I was filled with insecurities, thinking, ‘Any time now, things are going to end.’ But in my 40s, I’ve reached a stage where I think ‘I’ll work and do amazing things for as long as I want.’
The actor has also transitioned to the digital medium over the years, working on web series like ‘Smoke’ and ‘Qubool Hai 2.0’ and believes he is in the best phase of his professional life.
“I have witnessed a change in the way entertainment is consumed, viewed and developed. I am blessed to be around in times like these, there are social media, OTT platforms. An artist can do a lot more. Now . I’m grateful that the best work coming my way is coming now,” she added.