It's a bitter truth that one doesn't have the liberty to choose the sex in which he/she wishes to be born in the next birth. In the same way, one can never decide which family or social strata he/she aspires to grow. But oh well, has anyone stopped us from letting our imagination go wild? We can very well express our wish and desire on what we want to be born as in the next birth, if at all one exists!!
We at TellyBuzz thought of passing this question of gender preference in the next birth, to our favorite actors and see what they have to say..
Our actors talk about the gender in which they want to be born in their next birth, the best thing about the chosen gender preference and the person they admire in the gender chosen..
The best part about being a woman is that I feel happy when I perform womanly responsibilities, thus connecting with the family members. I feel that men are more concerned about their professional work, but it is the woman who is responsible for maintaining personal bonding.
I admire my mother a lot. I prefer to be born as a woman in next birth, for the simple reason that I want to be like my mother who handles our family with utmost care. She has been like a friend to me, at the same time she is even living her own life.
And if I have to choose a person in the gender I would like to be born as, then I would say I admire all the girls (laughs).
Also the best part of being a woman is that they are more sensitive; they understand emotions in a much better way. On the contrary, men just think from their heads.
I admire Sonia Gandhi because being a foreign citizen she has modeled herself well in Indian soil.
I admire Akshay Kumar a lot in the chosen gender because his journey in the industry has been amazing till date.
And in the gender I chose to be born, I admire self made men who have succeeded without any help or support.
I admire Lance Armstrong; his performance in Athletics even after suffering from cancer has been exemplary.
Well, this is what the actors have to say!!
Over to you readers, what do you have to say to this? Which gender will you choose to be born in your next birth?
Reporter & Author: Pooja Shenoy.