Mira Rajput wanted to be a doctor but backed off as she realized it required a lot of study

Mira Rajput has been the talk of the town for quite a while, as she has now become a popular celebrity figure. The paparazzi never miss to click pictures of her and track her every move be it a lunch date with hubby Shahid or  casual outings with her daughter Misha.

In a recent interview with a leading daily, Mira expressed how she got used to the clicking paparazzi now. She stated, “I think I am much better than I used to be (smiles). I am quite used to the paparazzi, because these days, they are literally everywhere, regardless of whether I am going to the gym, taking Misha (their daughter) to her playschool, or just running some errands. I think that’s something one has to deal with because it’s the reality.”

Rumours of Mira Rajput taking up acting as a career were also making rounds. When asked about the same she revealed, “I have done a few things when I was in school and college. I’ve also done several internships. I worked in advertising, too. Initially, I wanted to be a doctor and I even did an internship at a hospital. I was determined to become a surgeon and even saw 13-14 surgeries. But then, I realised that it required a lot of study.”

Mira Rajput recently faced criticism for her comments on working mothers where she stated, “I wouldn’t want to spend one hour a day with my child and rush off to work. Why did I have her? She is not a puppy, you know. I want to be there for her as a mother, seeing her grow up has, cannot be quantified.”

She came under a lot of flak for her comment and later speaking about it Mira said, “I think I was very vulnerable at that time because I was a new mom then. That comes with a lot of responsibilities, and you also have a lot of emotions. I think my emotions got the better of me at that time.”

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