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    Default The best time to be with my son is in the morning - Pallavi Kulkarni

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    Gorgeous and talented Pallavi Kulkarni who is coming back after a sabbatical on screen with Balaji Telefilms' Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyaar talks about her bond with her son on this Children's Day with us.

    Talented actress Pallavi Kulkarni who is set to be seen opposite veteran actor Ronit Roy in Balaji Telefilms' new venture Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyaar on Sony TV is enjoying her motherhood and has returned to the small screen after a sabbatical.

    On this occasion of Children's Day we got in touch with the talented actress to know about her relation with her child.

    Here are Pallavi's answers -

    Which is the best time you spend with your son in a day?

    The best time is in the morning because that is the time when he wakes up and I get to spend good quality time with him. What we do does not matter, just being in a room with him is the best part of my day.
    As your show is all set to hit the tube, how will you manage to take time out for your son?

    I have already discussed about the work timings to be less and also have been permitted to leave on alternate Saturdays. Now his school has started, he is in the play school which is for two hours so everyone suggested me that this is the best time to get back to work as later on he will be having many school projects, assignments and the pressure will start piling up then. Now with his school he has a different life so this was the right time to opt for work again.

    So does your son miss you as you are not with him the entire day?

    My in laws, my parents and Nanny all are there with him so it happens that he don't miss me but I am the one who miss him. My entire day's best moment is that of one and a half hour that I spend with my kid. During the entire day my goal is to reach home before he sleeps.



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