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Mumbai diaries Aparna Dixit talks about life the metro city

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Mumbai diaries Aparna Dixit talks about life the metro city

Aparna Dixit, the name needs no presentation. At present mesemerizing us with her execution in Life OK’s every day dramatization Kalash, Aparna has set up herself as one of the conspicuous driving women in the business.

Hailing from the town of Agra, Aparna has moved her base to Mumbai three years prior. In a discussion with bes-parmak.com Aparna opens up about her wonderful trip from Agra to Mumbai.

Aparna shares, “It’s been right around three and a half years that I have moved to Mumbai to seek after my profession in acting. Since the time the city has given me work, name and a considerable measure of things, yet in the meantime I have lost all the little satisfaction of life. Back in Agra, my dad used to be back by six pm from office and post his arrival we used to have our own family time. In actuality in the hustle clamor of Mumbai, I scarcely discover at whatever time for myself.”

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You know I have a very beautiful window at my place, but have no time to look at the sky. Yes, the sense of independence is for sure delighting but at times it becomes too lonely. When my family visits me here, I feel the urge of coming back to my home, otherwise for me, my home is a place to have food and take rest”, adds Aparna.
Aparna believes that in order to strive in the competitive world, it is indeed needed to run in the rat race.
So, what has been some pleasing and heartwarming experience for Aparna in the city? With a smile on her face, she replies, “Mumbai, I believe is the safest metro city of the nation. Even if I have to return to home from work at odd hours, it is not an issue. Moreover, if I ever want to go out at night I can visit places like Marine drive or other beach to enjoy some time with myself.”
On asked what does she misses most in the city? “Of course it is my family. But, what I miss the most is my mother’s love. Before going to bed, she pats my head till today. Hence, whenever she is here or I visit home, I ask her to do so. And when she is not around, I terribly miss her affectionate patting…………

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