On the occasion of International Women's Day Shahid Kapoor's wife Mira Rajput made a statement where she said "I wouldn't want to spend one hour with Misha and then rush off to work. Why did I have her? Misha is not a puppy. I want to be there for her." Mira not only got trolled on social media for her statement but also received a lot of flak from working mothers.
But now Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan has made a statement, which somehow seems to be a befitting reply to Mira's anti-feminist comment. Moreover we don't really know if she has done is intentionally or not, but actress is now gearing up to start work on her next film 'Veere Di Wedding'.
In an interview to a popular daily, the actress said, "Yes, I was on my feet a few days after the delivery, but it's upsetting to have people judge you for it. No one has the right to comment on how I conduct myself or what sort of a mother I am. Everyone seems to have an opinion.
Postpartum depression is not a must, right? It's whimsical to generalize that every woman goes through that phase, almost making it sound like a norm. Every pregnancy and every mother's journey with her child during those nine months and afterwards is different. You can't draw parallels.
No one out there really knows me or what I am feeling at a given time. How can anyone decide on my behalf whether I am supposed to feel depressed or if I can step out before 45 days? If I'm spoken about like that, what would it be like for other women?"
Kareena Kapoor further added, "I enjoyed my pregnancy and I will enjoy my life on my terms. What kind of a mother I am is something that will unfold with time. I will not scream from rooftops about experiencing motherhood or how much I love Taimur. There's always the pressure of being judged, no matter what you do. It's about how you deal with it."
It seems this was an amazing reply for Mira Rajput but this is still not sure if Bebo seriously meant it.