Filmmaker Kiran Rao, who became a mother to son Azaad last year in December, says she is not a perfect mother yet but is enjoying motherhood.
"I don't think I am perfect, but I certainly try and it's such a joy. I think every mother does what is best for her child because it's such a joy and a daily learning experience. So, I am enjoying it thoroughly.
I don't think I could have asked for more," the 38-year-old said here at the launch of painter Sangeeta Gupta's exhibition. Kiran made her directorial debut with "Dhobi Ghat" last year and the film won a lot of critical acclaim.
Talking about her professional ventures, Kiran said she is keen to open an art-house cinema where film lovers can enjoy off-beat movies.
"It's a dream of mine. I have always wanted to have a cultural centre where people can sort of have a community of artists and like-minded people sharing their work. Basically, I have always wanted to have an art-house cinema. A cinema where we can show films that are not necessarily the current offerings on circuit and films that are not commercial," said Kiran.
Currently Kiran is away from work, but confirms that she will start working on a script soon.
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