Anushka Sharma Motherhood Journey: As daughter Vamika turned six months, the actor took to Instagram to share pictures along with a heartfelt note from the cosy birthday picnic celebration.
Anushka Sharma gave birth to her daughter Vamika in January this year. The NH10 actor has talked about her journey as a mother multiple times in public. Here are some of the highlights from the last six months of Anushka Sharma as a mother.
A range of emotions
At the time of revealing her daughter’s name, the feminist producer expressed her emotions through her social media accounts. She shared how “sleep is elusive” but her heart is “full of love” for her little bundle of joy. She also talked about how as a new parent, she has experienced a varied range of emotions — happiness, sadness, worry, and bliss— in a span of minutes.
A Supportive Community
The Bulbul producer often shared useful information for expectant mothers during the COVID-19 Pandemic. From information concerning medical aid to encouraging other mothers through videos, Sharma has remained an active part of the motherhood community.
Anushka Sharma shared warm posts and pictures on Mother’s day as well as women’s day. As she hailed mom’s all around the world, the actor captioned her childhood picture with her mother with an empowering caption: “Let’s celebrate the strong ones, the silently resilient ones, the ones who break themselves down to become better, more aware nurturers. The ones through whom we have all come to be. The mothers!”
Protection From The World
After Welcoming their daughter Vamika in January, the couple ensured that no unauthorised or unapproved pictures of her make their way to the internet. Both the parents took to social media to write personalised notes to the paparazzi and press and requested privacy for the newborn. In an interview, Sharma mentions how she does not want to raise a child in the public eye as it will be the decision of her daughter on how she wants to appear.
Breaking Barriers and Getting Back To Work
The actor who went back to work two months after giving birth, inspired and reminded many other moms that motherhood should not limit or restrict a woman’s goals. Sharma also recently made a decision to donate her maternity clothes to mothers who need them.
In an interview, Sharma also said that she does not believe that boys have to wear blue or girls should wear pink. Another important barrier the celebrity parents broke was how the pressure of parenthood should not— and does not — solely fall on the mother.
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