Ridheema Tiwari - Today’s generation has different ideologies and mind-sets and that’s why there is a clash.


When the Good Lord was creating mothers, he was into his sixth day of overtime when the angel appeared and said: 'You're doing a lot of fiddling around on this one.' And God said, 'Have you read the specs on this order? She has to be completely washable, but not plastic. Have 180 moveable parts ... all replaceable. Run on black coffee and leftovers. Have a lap that disappears when she stands up. A kiss that can cure anything from a broken leg to a disappointed love affair. And six pairs of hands. That’s the power of a Mother.

#iamSHEE had the privilege to get actor Ridheema Tiwari’s viewpoints on Mother’s Day and we were surely impressed with her strong sense of understanding. Ridheema has always ensured that she opts for strong author-backed roles on television. A crusader for woman causes, Ridheema is surely a woman of substance and more.

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Is there a generation gap between youngsters with their parents?
There always will be a generation gap, it’s a time immemorial fact of life. But when there is mutual understanding, respect and genuine efforts from both sides, they strike a perfect balance in giving each other required space and acceptance. Our parents are experienced, love us a lot and don’t want us to be hurt in our life journey, it’s just that today’s generation has different ideologies and mind-sets and that’s why there is a clash.

If you are a mom or single, what is the right way to bring up your child?
Bringing up a child is a very big responsibility and being a mother itself is a huge sacrifice. Those who embrace motherhood know how important this gift of life is. They have to work extra hard to inculcate jewels into the precious life which is the child. Imbibing good values, culture, positivity, grace, importance of compassion, respect, humility and Godliness to your kid is of utmost importance.

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