Twinkle Khanna, also known as Mrs. Funnybones, recently discussed the evolving landscape of motherhood in her latest column for The Times of India. Reflecting on her journey into motherhood since the birth of her son Aarav in 2002, Khanna shares insights into the challenges and expectations faced by modern mothers compared to previous generations.

Khanna humorously recounts her transformation from a glamorous figure to a motherly role, as her husband, Akshay Kumar, humorously referred to her as “milking” during their early parenting days. She addresses the societal pressures placed on mothers, emphasizing the paradox of breastfeeding while striving to maintain physical appearance and personal identity.

Highlighting the demands of contemporary parenting, Khanna contrasts the traditional authoritative approach of previous generations with the concept of “gentle parenting.” She humorously depicts the balancing act required to nurture children while preserving one’s individuality and sanity.

In addition to her role as a mother, Khanna’s career trajectory is briefly outlined, from her early success in Bollywood films to her transition into writing. She left the film industry after a series of notable performances, including winning the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut for her role in “Barsaat” (1995). Khanna’s literary endeavors, including bestselling books like “Mrs. Funnybones” and “The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad,” have solidified her reputation as a versatile and witty author. Her latest release, “Welcome to Paradise,” continues to showcase her talent for storytelling and humor.

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