Lara Dutta On Work Life, Says ‘It Is Challenging To Balance Out Entrepreneurship’

Lara Dutta on work life
Actor Lara Dutta Bhupathi is currently having a difficult time juggling her busy acting schedule with her entrepreneurial endeavours and family responsibilities. However,  her work has never bothered her so much.

In a recent interview, the Lara Dutta Bhupathi stated that she has never felt that being a film actor would be the be-all and end-all of her life since first she entered the industry. She asserted, “At some point in time, I always knew that I would be an entrepreneur and that I would venture into business. I have always known that.” For her, it was just a matter of finding the right time to be able to commit to this.

Lara Dutta On Work Life, Says ‘It Challenging To Balance Out Entrepreneurship’

The actor has recently been quite busy with back-to-back shooting schedules for both her web shows and her film projects. She is also striving to develop her role as an entrepreneur of a multi-product business brand and to explore new opportunities as a producer. And she now faces brand-new obstacles as a result of the her involvement in the venture.

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The actor revealed that five years ago, she thought, “Okay, now, with the way the film industry functions, she would now have the time and would be able to go into it.” But little did she know that the OTT advent was happening simultaneously and that she was going to be busier than she had been over the last decade. The actor who is the mother of one continues, “Now, it has become a huge challenge for me to balance my family life with my entrepreneurship and very active acting career.”

The actor gives appreciation to her family for helping her get through everything. “I’m fortunate to have the support of my family and my husband, Mahesh Bhupathi. She continues, “I am not just teaching her that it is vital for a woman to be financially independent, but also that there is nothing wrong with liking to make your money. My daughter (Saira), who is 10 years old, understands very clearly that her mom genuinely likes what she does.”