Soha Ali Khan talks about new changes and how baby Inaaya is the Boss

Soha Ali Khan gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. The proud parents have named her, Inaaya Naumi Khemu. The entry of the little angel has brought many good changes in Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Khemu’s life. Apart from motherhood, Soha took has turned in to an author with her book, ‘Perils of Being Moderately Famous’. The book is already available on Amazon and will be soon in bookstores.

But more than the author tag, Soha seems to be enjoying her new experiences as a mother. She revealed about her role as a mother and the changes she is going through the post the baby’s birth.

Soha Ali Khan talks about new changes and how baby Inaaya is the Boss

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Soha talks about how her life revolves around the little munchkin and how baby Inaaya controls her daily routine.

The actress quipped, “It’s no longer about my life, and that’s the most definitive change! Up until now, I have been independent, and liked very much to be in control of my schedule when it came to going to the gym, and getting minimum 10 hours of sleep every night. I used to look after myself. Now, everything is about her.” She added, “It is difficult for someone like me to relinquish control to someone else. But now Inaaya controls what I eat when I sleep, whether or not I can watch TV, go out or not — she’s the boss!”

Soha Ali Khan talks about new changes and how baby Inaaya is the Boss

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Throwing light on Inaaya’s bond with Taimur

Talking to Soha Ali Khan who is an aunt to the most adorable star kid, Taimur Ali Khan, how can one not talk about him? When asked about Inaaya and Taimur’s playdates, Soha said, “It will take time for that between Taimur and her. They have met on multiple occasions, but we are waiting for her to be old enough, and we are looking forward to that.”

Speaking about her experience as a new parent, she said, “The first week, you have no idea what’s going on. And you have a bit inkling about why she’s crying – is she cranky, is she hungry or sleepy. It’s exciting to get to that stage when you are more confident.”