I am learning every day as a mother: Rani Mukerji

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MUMBAI, Oct. 11 -- Rani Mukerji has been quite busy of late. She finished shooting for her next film, Hichki, but then grew busy with Durga Puja celebrations. 
After that, she shot for a special appearance in Aanand L Rai's next, alongside Shah Rukh Khan. And lastly, the actor flew to Mauritius, where she was honoured with the Outstanding Contribution to Cinema Award by the country's government as part of its 50th Independence Day celebrations.
Rani did almost all of that with her daughter Adira, who turns two in December, by her side. And of course, it goes without saying that she is enjoying her new role - albeit in real life - of being a mother. "As they say, 'When you become a mother, your child gives birth to you as a mother'. I am learning every day as a mother and I am sure my daughter will teach me much more about motherhood. Also, it all depends on her," Rani says, laughing.
The actor, who will soon be back on the big screen, feels that it's great for mothers to go out and work, as it lets their children see them as independent people. "Your child should know you as an independent mother and respect you not just for being a mother who looks after them, but also for being independent enough to go out there in the world and work," she says. 
Rani strongly believes that children start respecting work in a strange way when they see their mother and father working. "They will understand that work is important, as they are always like, 'My parents go out to make a living and come home to spend time with me'," she says.
The Mardaani (2014) actor, who is married to film-maker Aditya Chopra, feels that "it is a very positive way of raising a child". She says, "I love being a full-time mother, which I have enjoyed in the last two years. But I think it is time for me to get back to work (smiles)."