A daughter is always mothers’ best friend and inherits the same qualities! Made of pure love and true intentions are the relation of a mother and daughter. And Juhi Parmar and Samairra just fit perfectly in the definition ‘’Like mother like daughter.’’ It has always been delightful to watch the bubbly and adorable rapport that the duo shares, be it the merry song they sang together or the recent loving note written by Juhi to her daughter. The chemistry is just wow!
Juhi Parmaar, who is famous for her acting in TV serial named ‘Kumkum’, got divorced last year with Sachin Shroff . Since then she is living the life of a single parent. ‘’Being a single parent is not easy. You have to multitask, that’s the only option left’’ said Juhi in an interview. But even after encountering such a hard hit of life, Juhi didn’t let her hopes down and is fighting every challenge that may come in her way. And her motivation behind her success is her little love, her daughter, Samairra. The twosome shares the best of rapport and is each other’s life. Balancing her professional as well as personal lives, Juhi proves to be an actual supermom and is an inspiration to all the single woman out there!
Witnessing yet another lovely picture of the duo on Juhi’s insta handle, we are left in awe! Ginni and Juhi were photographed together which was posted on Instagram on May 18, 2019, with a caption, ‘’ As I close my eyes, my most favorite moments are the ones with you! I am glad to be a mother, a nurturer, a strict guide, a loving supporter and yet above it all a friend to you my little one! The bond we hve is one that is irreplaceable! @samairratales. #momanddaughter #mylittleone #growinguptoofast #mysupporter #myfriend #mummadaughter #mummaginni #proud #love #daughter #momanddaughtertime.’’
Also, recently Juhi took a vacation to celebrate Mother’s Day with her little bundle of joy and shared some adoring pictures of their vacay with a lovely note for her Ginni, ‘’Samairra was super excited for the Dolphin cruise and so we made sure we planned it for Mother’s Day evening on our trip. And every time a dolphin would jump, Samairra would be jumping up and down excited to have spotted one. And then she told me, ‘Mumma, I saw mumma and Ginni, there they are!’ and I saw a baby dolphin with its mother. And in that moment I had my Mother’s Day gift as my child was looking for us even in the ocean! Whether its dolphins or us humans, the bond of a child and a mother is truly irreplaceable!’’
Well, we do wish that this special bonds only grows stronger with time!