Neena Gupta Shares She Wasn't Happy With Her Daughter, Masaba Taking Pills To Cure Her Skin Problems

Masaba Gupta's mother, Neena Gupta opened up about the struggles the former used to face at the age of 12 and what did the doting mother do in this process. Read on to know more!

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Neena Gupta Shares She Wasn't Happy With Her Daughter, Masaba Taking Pills To Cure Her Skin Problems

Veteran actress, Neena Gupta shares an unbreakable bond with her daughter, Masaba Gupta. For the uninitiated she had raised her daughter as a single mother and had taken all the responsibilities single-handedly. For the unversed, Masaba is the daughter of Neena and her ex-boyfriend-cum-cricketer, Vivian Richards. In the process, she had faced huge criticisms from the society. However, she has been steady all the while and managed to give the best life to her daughter.

On the work front, Masaba Gupta is an Indian actress and a renowned fashion designer. She also owns a fashion label called, House of Masaba. However, the gorgeousness has also faced many things in her life, and she recently opened up about her struggles while growing up. Now, it is her mother who shared her views on the same.

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In an interview with Hindustan Times, Neena Gupta opened up about her daughter, Masaba Gupta's struggles with her skin and acne. She revealed that to cure her problems, Neena had taken her to many doctors. However, she was never happy with Masaba taking pills for the same. Neena shared:

“Her (Masaba’s) hair was a problem, it was so curly we couldn't plait it. Her skin was a problem, and she would constantly look at my long, dark hair and my skin, and wonder why she looked different from me and her contemporaries. I must have taken her to every doctor in Mumbai for her acne, and some would recommend pills. But I wasn't very happy about pills for such a young girl. There were days when her acne was so bad, she wouldn't step out of her room…”

Earlier on June 4, 2022, Masaba Gupta had taken to her Instagram handle and shared a picture of her herself. In the picture, she was seen showing a close-up of her face at the age of 12-years-old and started getting acne on her face. She also added that she didn’t want to look into a mirror for years and had written:

“What would you tell a 12-year-old who didn’t want to look into a mirror for years. Thanks to acne blowing up on her face overnight…But she survived it all anyway.”

Further, in the same story, she had mentioned her parents, Neena Gupta and Vivian Richards, who have asked her to grow up in such a positive environment. She added that they have made her believe in herself and gave her a princess vibe. She had added in her note:

"I would look to their parents… I don’t know how my mother did it but she raised me to believe I’m a queen anyway.”

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Earlier, in an interview with the Indian Express, Masaba was asked about her feelings after having a child out of wedlock. To which, she said that even after being a modern woman, she still doesn't have the guts to have a love child. She mentioned that she had to deal with whispers and taunts around her for a long time. In her words:

"Accepting is one thing but what happens behind the scenes is something else. You would pass comments like that she slept with someone and had a baby. I read stories of so many single moms who have had kids out of wedlock. They do have to deal with whispers and people talking behind their backs. Nothing has changed with time. Being a modern woman, do I have the guts to have a baby out of wedlock? Never. I don't want to take that extra pressure, and put a child in that space."

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