"Yeh Hai Mohabbatein" actress Divyanka Tripathi's career is on a high at present, and so it's difficult to gauge what exactly would be her "moment of pride".

The leading TV actress is extremely proud of her mother, Neelam Tripathi, who reportedly delivered a Bharata Natyam performance at the age of 50 under the guidance of Guru Lata Singh Munshi.

"When I was a kid, my mother used to take me to Bharat Natyam classes, Rabindra Sangeet classes, get me ready for my performances. Now, I am here to watch her perform. It was a wonderful feeling doing her makeup, touch-up today," Divyanka told HT city (Bhopal).

She also opined that a woman shouldn't give up on her dreams after having a child, adding how her mother pursued her passion even after she was content with her kids' careers.

"I have seen women forgetting their dreams and passion after child birth. When my mother was satisfied with our careers, she started reliving her passion. Even my father is very supportive of it," she further elaborated.

In other news, Divyanka's show is gearing up for a couple of interesting episodes in which Ishita (Divyanka) and Raman (Karan Patel) will be seen consummating their marriage. While the fans of the show are thrilled about the upcoming track, they are not too pleased with the reports of Shagun (Anita Hassanandani) turning into a surrogate mother for the couple's baby.