Sushmita Sen is a proud mother as her daughter recites a poem in Bengali, Priyanka Chopra is all hearts


Sushmita Sen is a proud mother as her daughter recites a poem in Bengali, Priyanka Chopra is all hearts

To say that Former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen is one of the best mothers in B-town, then we are sure that most of you will agree to it because Sushmita, makes sure to spend ample time with her daughters- Alisah and Renne. From going out on vacations with her daughters to playing games with them and just being together, Sushmita totally deserves the ‘Best Mom’ tag. Of late, this Main Hoon Na actress has been sharing throwback pictures from her Maldives vacation with daughters and boyfriend Rohman Shawl- from trying a wheel pose amidst nature to loved-up pictures with Rohman, we are a fan of Sush’s social media. 

And today, Sushmita Sen treated all her fans to a video wherein her younger daughter is seen reciting a poem in Bengali and what is cute is that whenever she got stuck, Sushmita prodded her and helped her. Alongside the video, Sushmita wrote, “Deeper the roots, higher the rise’My Alisah shona romancing her bengali side is just EVERYTHING!! she is reciting a poem called #hukomukhohangla from #aboltabol by the great writer & poet #sukumarray  I can’t tell you, just HOW proud I feel sharing this moment with you guys!!! WELL DONE ALISAH!!!  To many more…I love you guys!!!  #duggadugga…” Well, we are sure that Sushmita Sen is a proud mother today because to be able to recite a poem in Bengali is no mean task. Soon after, Priyanka Chopra, who is on her way to India for the promotions of The Sky Is Pink, liked the post. Aww, we go! 

During a recent interview, when Sushmita Srn was asked about her decision of adopting Renee and Alisah, she had said that she is extremely proud of herself for making the decision of adopting a child at the age of 24 as it stabilised her life. “The wisest decision I made at the age of 24 was to become a mother. It stabilised my life. People think it was a great act of charity and wonderful action but it was self-preservation. It was me protecting myself,” Sushmita had said.