Actress Sameera Reddy, a mother of two, says she understands what it takes to be a new mother, especially during this difficult time. The actress, who has worked in films like "Race", "Musafir" and "Maine Dil Tujhko Diya", gave birth to Hans in 2015 and welcomed Nyra in July last year.
Sameera Reddy expresses how it feels to be a new mom
"Every time I look at my baby girl, I feel a sense of joy and optimism. There are so many stories that I will be telling her about the unconditional love and efforts that doctors, nurses, police forces, and the community at large are putting in to ensure our safety and protection," she said.
"I understand what it takes to be a new mother, especially during this time. I have always championed that we mothers are imperfectly perfect --- the ups and downs, constant worry, disconnection, these feelings are normal and I am confident that we will come out stronger," she added in her Instagram post.
Diapers brand Pampers' new film "#WelcomeToTheWorld" struck a chord with her. "There is so much beauty and love present in our world today. This is the start of something new and truly is the best time to be born," said Bollywood actress Sameera.
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Parenthood is a beautiful gift and I understand how it feels to be a new mom. As many parents welcome their babies in these uncertain times, Pampers’ #WelcomeToTheWorld campaign has a message of love, care, and comfort for all who need to hear this. I was overwhelmed watching this - do watch this film and let me know how you feel in the comments below. Thank you @pampersindia for giving our newborns the warmest welcome! #PampersIndia
Building on the insight that no matter the uncertainty that surrounds her, a mother is engulfed with hope and a deep sense of positivity when she holds her baby for the very first time, the film shares a mother's wish for her child during this time of uncertainty. This film hopes to spread a ray of reassurance that babies are being born into a world that is filled with love, courage, and unity.