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Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi are one of the most adorable couples in Bollywood. The duo had dated for a long period of time before tying the knot on May 10, 2018. And ever since Neha and Angad have made their relationship official, they have been painting the town red with their mushy romance. Moreover, the respective Instagram handles of the much-in-love couple speaks volumes about their love for one another.
Soon after their marriage, Neha and Angad embraced parenthood after the arrival of their baby girl, Mehr Dhupia Bedi on November 18, 2018. However, their family got completed after the birth of their little one, Guriq Singh Dhupia Bedi on October 3, 2021. Ever since the couple marked the journey of parenthood, they have been quite vocal about parenting. Neha recently talked about the same and shared a few things from her motherhood journey.
In an interview with the Hindustan Times, Neha Dhupia opened up about giving love a second chance. Talking about the same, she said it all comes down to the level of toxicity she has to deal with. She further admitted that she had fallen in love with same person again and again.
In her words:
"Yeah, it happened when I was younger. The great thing about being young is you foolishly fall in love sometimes with people very fast or the same person again and again. I have been in both situations, and I think I did okay. At 38, I met Angad. At 38, I got married and had my child."
Further, in the same interview, Neha, who is playing the role of a working mother in Jyoti Kapur Das' directorial, Good Morning for Amazon Mini Tv, talked about her struggle of being an actress and a mother. Talking about parenting, the actress said that it is essential to narrow down expectations and let children live their dreams. Neha even opened up on mom's guilt and gave a piece of advice to the mothers who are suffering from the same. Talking about how bad she feels when she is away from her kids because of her works commitments, Neha said that she feels like she can't do it.
Elaborating the same, she shared:
"That is probably the only time I reach out and be like ‘ok you have to go and do this for yourself’. Although I am being a big gyaani here, I just took the morning flight to Jaipur here and I am just looking at the videos (of Mehr and Guriq). I feel like I can’t do this. You gotta have your blinders on, it's great when you are working away from your children but the moment you get off, between work or getting on a plane or going to the gym, your heart wallops your brain off, and there’s some weird chemical that release in the body; that’s according to me is the real mom guilty. It makes your heart reach your knee."
Earlier in an interview with Indian Express, Neha Dhupia had opened up on the fear of being judged for returning to work after embracing motherhood. Talking about the same, the actress had said that she never had that fear since she was not doing anything wrong.
In her words:
"I never had the fear of being judged as long as I am not hurting anyone and not doing anything wrong. I feel like I should be able to define my life in what I think is best suited for me."
On the work front, Neha was last seen in Behzad Khambata's film, A Thursday.