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Meet the YUMMIEST mummies of television

Last updated on: May 09, 2014 18:06 IST
Juhi Parmar with her daughter Samairra

This Mother's Day, television's famous mums share their little joys of motherhood.
Motherhood is a challenging responsibilty. More so for show biz folks who work indefinite hours, go on outdoor shoots and find little time for family life.

But the new-age working moms have found a way to strike a balance between work and family life.

With Mother's Day right around the corner, here's a look at some of the most popular television actress mums who absolutely dote on their kids!

Juhi Parmar

My daughter Samairra is a little over a year old old. My life has completely changed after since she was born.

An occasional cameo in a show is okay but I am in no hurry to get back to work, as it requires more time and I don't want to miss out on watching my daughter grow up.

My husband Sachin (Shroff) dotes on our daughter but says I am the one who is obsessed with her, which is true.

My day starts and ends with her. I always wanted a girl child because they are more attached, emotional and it's nice to be able to dress them up.

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Kamya Punjabi

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Kamya Punjabi with her daughter Aara

My four-year-old daughter Aara is my life, my reason to smile and my reason to live!

She is my strength and my pride! My life began the day she was born.

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Tanaz Irani

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Tanaz Irani with her children Zara and Zeus

My two-and-half-year-old daughter Zara is wise beyond her years and the smartest kid in the world.

My husband Bakhtiyar Irani used to be short-tempered but has really calmed down because of her. 

My son Zeus is six and has inherited his fathers temper but he is also emotional like me.

My eldest daughter Zianne is a different entity altogether -- she is very patient and doesn't get angry at all. She is like a young mother to her siblings. They too are very fond of her.

There is so much I learn from my kids everyday.

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Ashita Dhawan

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Ashita Dhawan with her twins Arhmaan and Amaira

My son Arhmaan and daughter Amaira (twins) are 17 months old.

I discovered a whole new side of me when my angels were born.

I didn't know I was capable of such intense love and care before.

I'm the lucky one... I'm the blessed child of god that Arhmaan and Amaira chose me to be their mummy, life changes for the better.

It is now full of laughter, smiles and love.

I love the way they call my name, the way they try to dance like me. Their favourite songs are Baby Doll and London Thumakda.

My life is complete with the most amazing dancing dolls around me.

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Chhavi Hussein

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Chhavi Hussein with her daughter Areeza

Being a mother is an experience that can never be enjoyed vicariously.

It's impossible to imagine what it is like until you become a mother. It has been life-changing for me in every possible way.

The feeling when my daughter runs to me and says "mama" cannot be described in words.

Just the thought of holding her brings on emotions that I never knew existed in me.

Being a mother has made me complete, and has made me a better person, by making me see things in a different, better light. 

We have named our daughter Areeza Hussein. She is 16 months old.

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Barkha Bisht

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Barkha Bisht with her daughter Meira

It's the greatest feeling in the world to be a mother and I am loving every second of it. Meira is two and half years old now.

Time has gone by so fast! 

She talks a lot and has millions of questions about everything.

She makes me feel really loved and is around me all the time when I am home.

I love doing little things with her like playing with her toys, colouring, swimming, going to the park.

She brings normalcy to my otherwise busy and erratic life (smiles).

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Mansi Salvi

Last updated on: May 09, 2014 18:06 IST
Mansi Salvi with daughter Omisha

My super kid and super husband (husband Hemanth Prabhu) make me a super mom at home.

It's amazing and I feel privileged to have gotten the opportunity to juggle work and motherhood.

I draw inspiration from fellow working mums.