Mumbai, March 22 (IANS) Actress Mandira Bedi feels glad that even at 45, she is able to manage multiple things at a time.
The 45-year-old, who became popular after playing a strong character in the 1990s TV show “Shanti”, had committed to attend a few events a day prior to her mother’s birthday on March 21.
The schedule of the events in Rajasthan got changed and ended up clashing with the celebration for her mother’s birthday.
But Mandira managed to travel to three cities on the same day and completed her commitments successfully. She also flew to Delhi at night and gave a surprise to her mother.
So on March 20, she had her breakfast in Jaipur, lunch in Mumbai and dinner in Delhi.
For her mother’s birthday, she booked a hotel in Delhi and invited hundreds of guests and bought return gifts for them. She managed all this over phone calls.
“I had planned a surprise dinner for her that night. I live in Mumbai and family celebration happens in Delhi. I had booked a customised cake. Her favourite decor was also arranged by me as nobody knows her better than me. God is kind to give me enough strength to manage multiple things at a time,” Mandira said in a statement.
Mandira, who has also featured in films, is tied up with the movie “Saaho”. Her Tamil film “Adangathey” will be releasing later this year. She also has a short film titled “Smoke” in her kitty.
‘Everest’ actor gets ‘pure symbol’ inked on back
Actor Sahil Salathia, who made his acting debut with filmmaker Ashutosh Gowariker’s TV series “Everest”, has got a new tattoo on his back.
“It’s a very pure symbol. Since I’m a very spiritual person, I decided to mark myself with it forever on my back. I think all religions are the same and lead to the same Lord,” said the “P.O.W. – Bandi Yuddh Ke” actor.
“Till the time you are respectful to all religions and believe in spiritual energy, there is nothing as perfect as an ‘Om’ symbol to channelise all positive things towards yourself and the ones around you,” he added.