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Anita Hassanandani is in no mood to return to acting, says, ‘I always wanted to focus on being a mother’

Anita Hassanandani, who has recently become a mother of a son has decided to quit acting. She also revealed that the decision was taken long ago. Talking in an interview she confirmed that it was not because of the pandemic but she wants to be at home for her baby.

The actress and her husband Rohit Reddy welcomed their baby boy on February 9. She was last seen in a Television show, Naagin 5.

In an interview with the Times Of India, she said, “I had decided that whenever I would have a child, I would leave the industry and let go of my work. I always wanted to focus on being a mother. So it’s not about the pandemic, I would have either way left the industry, pandemic or no pandemic. I want to be at home with my kid.”

The Yeh Hai Mohabbatein actress is quite clear on her decision, as she says, “I really don’t know when I will get back. Although I am doing some work here and there because of the contracts that I had signed with different brands. I am doing all this for social media where I am shooting at home and it is totally stress-free. I am being extremely careful too. Maybe one person will come to shoot and the person has to have a proper test done before coming inside the house. But getting back on a full-fledged set of a TV show, I don’t know when that will happen. But I am sure when I decide to get back, people will get to know.”

Recently Anita Hassanandani was in the news when she supported Pearl V Puri in a rape accusation. She took to her social media handle and wrote. “Woke up to some nonsensical news bout @pearlvpuri I know him! It is NOT true … canNOT be true…. all lies. I’m sure there is more to it. And the truth will be out soon. Love you @pearlvpuri #ISTANDWITHPEARL.”

 

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