Sharmila Tagore ensured her youngsters realised she’s not ‘neglecting them’, however her work can also be necessary

Sharmila Tagore has mentioned that in her youthful days, she did little issues to make sure that her youngsters understood her work was necessary to her, and she or he was additionally not neglecting them by going to work. Sharmila has three kids -son Saif Ali Khan and daughters Soha Ali Khan and Saba Ali Khan. Soha and Saif are actors whereas Saba is a jewellery designer. (Also learn: Kareena Kapoor, Sharmila Tagore spend Valentine’s Day with Jeh)

Sharmila was among the many prime heroines when she received married in 1968 with cricketer and Nawab of Pataudi, Mansur Ali Khan. She had already labored in movies reminiscent of Kashmir Ki Kali, Waqt and Anupama. After the marriage, she continued to work and featured in a few of the most iconic movies of her profession together with Aradhna. She had her first baby in 1970 and continued to star in movies reminiscent of Amar Prem and Daag.

Recalling the bygone period, Sharmila informed ETimes in an interview, “All working women were frowned upon because society thought we are bad women leaving our children behind and going to work. But there is a lot of sacrifice and pain doing that, but that is how we are judged. Somehow men’s work was valued, but not women’s. The man is earning money, your role is in the kitchen. That was very clear.”

She added, “So I always told my kids to get 10 on I would wish them for exams (and say ‘get 10 on 10’). In small ways, I made them realise that I am not neglecting them but my work is important to me. It makes me happy. Just so they learnt to accept me as a working person. They would ask me questions about my work. They did not think I was leaving and depriving them by going to work.”

In her upcoming movie Gulmohar, Sharmila essays the position of a matriarch who decides to stay alone, away from her household after her youngsters develop up and begin their very own households. Directed by debutante Rahul V Chittella, the movie additionally options Manoj Bajpayee, Suraj Sharma and Amol Palekar together with Sharmila. The movie is ready for a digital launch on March 3 on Disney+ Hotstar.

The movie marks Sharmila’s comeback to movies, 13 years after she was seen in Deepika Padukone-Imran Khan-starrer Break Ke Baad in 2010.

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