Actress Mandira Bedi does not mind exposing her three-year-old son Vir to media at such a tender age.
The child has already done a couple of magazine covers with his actress mother, the first being when he was only four and a half months old. "I have done a few covers with him at various stages when he was four and half months old, one-year-old, two-year-old years and now this one.
He's cool. He's fine with taking pictures. We just have to find the right way of taking pictures," Mandira told reporters at an event where she launched Vir as a new face for Philips in association with Disney. However, Mandira, 42, does not want her son to become a child actor.
The actress says she will be supportive of any career her son chooses. The '24' actress, who turned fashion designer with her saree collection, says there are no tricks of managing work with parenting.
"There's no formula to managing career with kids. How do you manage, you just have to find your feet. It's a juggle, you have to deal with that juggle. That juggle is a struggle" she said.
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