The actor mum talked about the importance of spending time with family.
For many celebrities and working professionals, the lockdown has slowed down the pace of life.
Instead of complaining, Mini Mathur, among others, is grateful about the positive things happening in her family.
The actor-host shared some of the meaningful changes she is seeing in her family on Instagram:
'The kids have learnt how to fold laundry.
'The husband has figured how to work the mop.
'I have learnt how to wash sparkling clean dishes in half the time and water.
'The MIL (mother in law) is not complaining about the authenticity of the rasam.
'The dog is not fussing about no ice cream on Sundays.
'But what’s actually lovely are the mealtime conversations about life's plans, how the parents met, what was grandad like, Indian history lessons, the best way to eat a mango, what we would study if life gave us another chance at university, did we want two kids, which holiday has been the best so far, what can we cook with minimal ingredients and how could daadi manage to elope with daadu in 1944.
'Talk. Articulate should not just be a board game.'