Namrata Shirodkar Quotes.
It is the director’s vision, and as actors, we are just extensions of that.
Marriage is not just about love. It is more than that. It is about commitment, giving, taking, and understanding.
Mahesh is not campaigning for any political party. Nor does he intend to contest any elections or pursue any kind of political ambitions.
Motherhood is filled with magical little moments that bring you immense joy.
On some days, I just want to sit under a shooting umbrella in a sunny outdoor location all over again.
When you know the truth is on your side, when you have dutifully paid all your taxes, but you are still targeted for non-payment of dues, then what do you do? You grin and bear the harassment because you have nothing to hide.
Mahesh lays down most of the rules. Even when I was dating him for four years prior to our marriage, he didn’t want our relationship to be out in the open.
I don’t have even a moment of regret for leaving my career behind.
Mahesh is a hands-on father, though he does not have too much free time because of his work. But whenever we can, we take short breaks and vacations and spend time together.
I still consider ‘Vaastav’ and Raj Kumar Santoshi’s ‘Pukar’ two of my better films, though I admit nothing great happened thereafter.
Being married is the best feeling.
I prefer to work at my own pace.
To be honest, I don’t have much to do in ‘Hathyar.’ I won’t call it a pivotal role.
I had many luxuries in life, even before I tied the knot.
I would love to do only one film a year.
My husband respects what Naidu has done for the state, but the progress of both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana is a matter of great pride for him. Just because he is seen with Naidu, it doesn’t make him a political figure.
Mahesh is a big star, but he doesn’t like to flash his money.
Of course I want to get married and have babies.
It’s easy to fall in love, but it’s a lot harder to sustain love.
Women complain about not having enough ‘me time.’ All it requires is a little planning. Once you plan, organise, and prioritise your life, things fall in place.
I believe good music heals souls.
People believe Mahesh does what I ask him to. That’s not true. He may look shy and gentle, but he knows his mind.
The best part of being married is to be a family.
When you have everything in life, sometimes kids don’t learn what is right and what is wrong. Kids cannot get whatever they want.
The West is more organised, and they work according to a plan. That is one way of functioning, and I mean no disrespect to my country, because the way Bollywood functions works fine within our perimeters.
Interviews and public opinion about me never mattered. I know exactly who I am.
‘Charas’ will remain an unforgettable experience.
Mahesh didn’t want a working wife; he was clear about that. He wanted time given to him and, later, to the kids.
I was never career-oriented, not in the way other heroines are. Of course, I took my work seriously. But I never solicited work and never sought fame or money.
Every relationship has its lows and highs, but how you deal with it is important. There is nothing wrong with argument, but if I am wrong, I always say sorry, and same with Mahesh.
I am more of the disciplinarian and the bad cop at home. Since Mahesh spoils our son, I have to balance it out.
Most of my closest friends have come to visit me in Hyderabad. So I feel I’m always linked with Mumbai.
I have a life beyond the camera. I like to travel. I need a breather between movies. And I don’t think I can do that if I work on five films at the same time.
Our son Gautam is very shy, just like his father.
I do not want to do the regular heroine roles anymore. I am looking at working with good directors on interesting projects.
I don’t want to say it myself, but Gautam is a very good-looking boy. He has my eyes and Mahesh’s smile.
I wish the media stopped making two and two equal five all the time.
I believe when two people are in the same profession, they understand each other better.
I guess I’m making up for my own lack of interest in my career by being so keenly interested in my husband’s career.
It’s easy to be loud, outspoken, and play to the gallery. It’s difficult to underplay one’s self.
I don’t plan my life.
In my free time, I love to catch up with tennis, swimming, travelling, and chess.
I am making a conscious effort to ensure that my acting potential gets tapped in every project I do.
I have a special appearance in Khalid Mohamed’s ‘Tehzeeb.’