My mother and my wife are the pillars of strength: Ayushmann
On the occasion of International Women’s Day (March 8), Bollywood’s young guns unanimously agree that there’s a lot that they can emulate from women.bollywood Updated: Mar 08, 2015 14:29 IST
On the occasion of International Women’s Day (March 8), Bollywood’s young guns unanimously agree that there’s a lot that they can emulate from women. Margaret Thatcher's famous words, “...If you want something done, ask a woman,” resonate as the actors talk about women, and their all-encompassing qualities that they would like to imbibe.
Aditya Roy Kapur
I would like to imbibe the quality of multitasking from my mother. As the woman of the house, she has not only taken care of three crazy boys and her family, but has also managed a home, dealt with all of our tantrums, and in spite of all this, she has a successful career. That’s definitely commendable.
I would love to have the patience and emotional tolerance women have. As men, we can get restless and volatile, butwomen always have this super powerof remaining calm and composed in an unbelievable manner. They are the real anchors in any man's life.
When it comes to women, I admire their emotional bandwidth and the art of multitasking the most. If I could imbibe any of their qualities, these two would be on the top of my list.
Sushant Singh Rajput
I would love to emulate many attributes of women such as their sensitivity, compassion, and their ability to express their emotion and be straightforward. Women can pamper and love unconditionally. There are just so many things that a woman can teach you about life and emotions.
I think, by default, they are all superwomen, and there are so many qualities one can imbibe from them. For me, my mother and my wife are the pillars of strength. If I were to choose their top superpowers, they would have to be my wife, Tahira’s social skills and quick decision-making, and my mum’s time management and patience.
First Published: Mar 08, 2015 14:26 IST