I have one nanny for Aaradhya by choice, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan graces the latest edition of the well-known magazine Vogue and she spoke in details about films, motherhood and many facets of her life. After the birth of Aaradhya, Aishwarya plans her shooting schedule as per her daughter’s daily routine. She makes sure that she remains with her 24/7. Unlike other celebrity moms, Aishwarya did not depend upon bunch of helping hands to bring up her child. She has only one nanny for Aaradhya by choice.

When asked about the perception of people that star moms have army of help, Ash replied, “I have one nanny, by choice," the actress said in the interview. "I read comments saying, "Ah, she must have an army of help" and I understand the perception, but I choose this way, which means life is always busy," she added when asked about her day's schedule.

Aishwarya described her day, "It's busy! In the superlative. I spend all my time with Aaradhya and I respect homemakers for the endless work they do."

Aishwarya, who was last seen in 2015’s ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ said, "As far as downtime goes, it's about perspective - if you believe you're tired, you will be, so I choose to find pleasure in the moment and experience the present for what it is."

She also spoke about her upcoming projects and few interesting projects she has been approached.

"In Fanne Khan, I'm playing a chapter in the narrative that I believe is intrinsic to the story. I've been approached for the remake of Raat Aur Din, which is a great opportunity, and what's funny is while filming Shabd, Sanju sir (Sanjay Dutt) said he'd have loved for me to play the part, and I was very touched. We're still working out the details. I've also been approached for a remake of Woh Kaun Thi," said Rai Bachchan.

Aishwarya said that she looked up to her mother as a role model.

"My mother is the only one I know inside out, so as a role model she's the only one I choose to name - and it's her values I'm imbibing consciously and subconsciously while raising my daughter."

Speaking about her 'dream roles', the actress said, "I've never shared dream roles... because what if someone writes it for you? Then what? You'll have nothing to look forward to."