She said that Adira is an understanding daughter already but as a mother, she made a conscious decision to be able to balance work life with her child. She said that the pandemic came to her as a blessing in disguise as it was easier for her to travel with Adira who had began home schooling.
“When I do a film now, it will be challenging. Adira is now in 1st standard, going to second standard, so obviously, we cannot let her bunk school. So, I have to start developing the strength to be able to be away from her. She also has to kind of be prepared for that. I will have to see what happens in the future about it,” Rani told India Today.
She further said that she decided to make one film a year because it is important for her to go back home, spend time with Adira and do homework with her. She is grateful to be able in a position to plan her day accordingly since many mother aren’t able to do so.
“There are days when I don’t have the choice to go back home on time, so when you choose to be a professional, there are certain sacrifices that you have to prepare for. That is what you need to make your child understand. I think they understand if you make them understand. In my case, both Adi and I are working parents, so Adira is having a good upbringing in understanding that she has two professional parents,” she added.