‘I’d love to ex­pe­ri­ence motherhood, but not now’

Divyanka Tri­pathi says she’s in a happy space both in her pro­fes­sional and per­sonal life, and she is not plan­ning to have a baby any­time soon

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TV ac­tors Divyanka Tri­pathi

Dahiya (above) and Vivek Dahiya got mar­ried last year in July, and the cou­ple is in no hurry to rush into par­ent­hood at the mo­ment. Divyanka says that they are too oc­cu­pied with their work com­mit­ments and aren’t think­ing of hav­ing a baby. “Motherhood is a spe­cial feel­ing and I would love to ex­pe­ri­ence it. But not right now. I don’t want to rush into things, and would only go for it when I am ready,” says Divyanka, adding that Vivek is quite sup­port­ive of her de­ci­sion.

Asked about her plans to do Bol­ly­wood films, she replies: “If a good role comes my way, I would love to take it up, but I’m not dy­ing to do films. Tele­vi­sion has given me so much that I can’t thank the medium enough. In fact, a lot of film ac­tors have come up to me and said how they en­joy watch­ing me on TV and their family mem­bers are fond of my shows. This means I am on the right track.”

Divyanka, who is cur­rently jug­gling a fic­tion and re­al­ity dance show, says that she is in a happy space both pro­fes­sion­ally and per­son­ally. “I must have done some­thing good that I have got Vivek in my life. On work front also, I am quite sat­is­fied,” says the ac­tor, who is known for shows such as Banoo Main Teri Dul­hann, Mrs & Mr Sharma Al­la­habad­wale and oth­ers.

Motherhood is a spe­cial feel­ing and I would love to ex­pe­ri­ence it. But not right now. I don’t want to rush into things DIVYANKA TRI­PATHI DAHIYA, AC­TOR

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