- Twinkle shared a video of herself and Nitara on Wednesday
- She can be seen working on a laptop on her bed in the clip
- The video shows Nitara jumping and singing around her mom
If you are struggling to work from home with your kids around, you are not alone. Twinkle Khanna has also been trying her best to stay focused at her work, even when it involves her daughter Nitara, 8, doing "gymnastics on her bed." On Wednesday, the actress-turned-author shared a video of herself working on a laptop on her bed with Nitara jumping and singing around her. In the clip, Twinkle can be heard asking her daughter: "Why exactly are you doing this in my room? Don't you have any classes now?" The author, who is known to have a way with words, also hilariously captioned the video: "If it's not bad enough that there are neighbours drilling through the wall when I am writing, I also have to contend with gymnastics on my bed and a shaking laptop. Can schools please take these children back before the poor parents resort to drinking all day?"
Take a look at Twinkle Khanna's post here:
Twinkle Khanna often shares videos and pictures of Nitara from her work-and-play diaries. From giving her pet pooch a good bath to completing her book reading "quota" of the day, Nitara's activities always bring a smile on our face.
Last month, Twinkle posted a photo of herself and Nitara reading together and wrote: "'You have a quota-25 pages a day and so do I.' She asks, 'But who gives you the quota mama?' 'That's the tricky part of being an adult. You have to give yourself these tasks and make sure you stick by them.' With brushed teeth and uncombed hair, we begin our mornings in the best way possible. It may not be 25 pages every day, sometimes it's merely 5, but it all adds up eventually."
Twinkle Khanna married actor Akshay Kumar in 2001. The couple welcomed son Aarav the next year and daughter Nitara in 2012.
Twinkle Khanna has featured in several films like International Khiladi, Baadshah, Yeh Hai Mumbai Meri Jaan, Uff! Yeh Mohabbat and Joru Ka Ghulam before she switched careers to become a best-selling author. She is now an author, a columnist, an interior designer and a producer.