Heroines getting married and going off the limelight can be thought-through as end of their glamour career. Off late, yesterday’s heroines are returning back to cinema for fulfilling their thirst beginning the second or third innings taking up elderly characters. Either North or South; the passion theory is applied the same on artists.
Currently, Chiranjeevi’s heroine Sonali Bendre is back in news. Well, she isn’t going to act again as heroine. Sonali turned a writer and her new book on parenthood titled as ‘The Modern Gurukul: My Experiment with Parenting’ is out in the market. This book is reportedly to give a glimpse of her personal life documenting the journey of Sonali as a mother and wife.
As we all know, Sonali married Goldie Behl and they even have a 10 year old son Ranveer. The book primarily shares an intensely personal, raw account of her life as a mother, the challenges faced and lessons learned in raising her son. ‘I thought I was compiling a book on certain points on what I learnt but finally, the book became personal and more personal,’ Sonali says it with a smile.