Smriti Irani’s ‘Jaan Le Lo Meri’ Selfie Is A Hilarious Depiction Of The Working Mothers’ Struggles

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If only it was less difficult for a working mother to balance her professional and personal life that pandemic forced her to trade her office workstation for work-from-home. It became a challenge for her to navigate through the schedule of her husband and kids, altering her daily routine with workflow and creating a wall between her workspace and personal space. While she leaves us intrigued thinking how she does it without complaining and with a smile on her face, there are no second thoughts in saying that she is a wonder woman! Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi fame and politician, Smriti Irani has a perfect depiction on working mothers and it will make you ROFL. (Also Read: Shilpa Shetty Twins With Her Mommy, Sunanda Shetty In Kaftan For Their First Ever Shoot Together)

Irrespective of the fact that you were a TV lover or not, chances are you’ve sung Rishton Ke Bhi Roop Badalte Hain and have welcomed guests into your ‘Shantiniketan’ just like Tulsi did. Every 90s kid knows the craze of ‘K’ TV shows by the unabated queen of the telly world, Ekta Kapoor. Smriti Irani’s career skyrocketed to fame with Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi and she permanently etched her name in every house with the 2000 show. Smriti then entered politics and is now a Minister in the Union Cabinet of India.

Just like every working mother, Smriti Irani too faced struggles and challenges while managing her personal and professional life. Mother of two kids, a son, Zohr, and a daughter, Zoish, Smriti posted a selfie on her Instagram handle and perfectly depicted her struggles during the work from home phase. With her brows wrinkled, face covered with a mask and draped in a shawl, Smriti captioned her selfie as “The #jaanlelomeri look – when you balance #onthegoonlinemeetings with battle cries of ‘mummmmaaaa…’ . Note :- the nose crinkles in a special way #workingmoms.”

Smriti Irani and Zubin Irani’s love story is about two friends who found their soulmate in each other and who supported each other equally to become successful in their respective fields. After riding high professionally, Zubin and Smriti decided to take their relationship to another level and in 2001, they became husband and wife. During the trending #10YearChallenge in 2019, Smriti had posted a picture with Zubin and had captioned it as “The #10yearchallenge; find someone who can make your smile reflect in your eyes the way @iamzfi does in mine.”


Is Smriti’s ‘jaan le lo meri’ selfie relatable to you? Share your #workingmom story with us!

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