Haven't missed being in movies, says busy mother Aishwarya Bachchan
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Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, the newly appointed Goodwill Ambassador for UNAIDS, says motherhood has kept her extremely busy for the past year and she hasn't had much time to miss being in movies.
The 38-year-old actress said she feels "blessed" to have her daughter, 10-month old Aaradhya in her life and feels that she will be "gushing for the rest of my life" over her.
Motherhood is "bliss like I have never experienced. Each passing day you feel blessed with such joys," Aishwarya said here.
She said children are a blessing from god and motherhood is an experience which is tough to define. "It is wonderful, beautiful, glorious. I can't find the perfect adjective for it," she said.
Having been away from the movies for over two years now, Aishwarya said she has not had the time to miss her movie career as motherhood has kept her extremely busy.
"I have not even felt the time fly by. Any mother would know that you have no concept of day or night. Time just flies by, there is so much going on. I have no idea how the last 10 months have flown by. I want to be with my daughter all the time. That is the choice I have made. It is my personal choice and I love being with her. She is my angel," Aishwarya said.
The former Miss World, who has been associated with various social causes ever since she won the Miss World title in 1994, will now work as the UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador and help the agency meet its goal of eliminating new HIV infections among children by 2015.
She had a packed day in New York, appearing at the United Nations with UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibe, participating at a panel discussion with fellow Goodwill Ambassador actress Naomi Watts at the Yale Club here and then meeting India's Permanent Representative to the UN Hardeep Singh Puri. Aishwarya said she was approached by the UN ten years ago to work with it on select causes but she decided to put it on hold as she was busy with the movie projects then.
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