I owe my success to my mother: Neetu Chandra

Published: 08th March 2013 12:34 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th March 2013 12:34 PM   |  A+A-

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By IANS

Actress Neetu Chandra says had it not been for her mother, life would have been tougher for her. She owes her success to her mother, and therefore, wants to pamper her on Women's Day Friday.

"I owe my success to my mother, without her the world would shut down on me. I'm planning to pamper her and some of girl friends on this day. I think it takes a lot to be a woman and we are the backbone of our families, workplace and society," Neetu told IANS.

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"It's great that we have a day earmarked to celebrate womanhood, but at the same time I feel we should celebrate womanhood throughout the year. Women have come a long way in our country, and today parents are as proud of their daughters," she added.

Neetu is currently basking in the appreciation for her role in Tamil action-thriller "Aadhi-Bhagawan". For the first time in her career, she essayed a role with a negative shade.

She is also waiting for the release of upcoming Tamil comedy "Settai", in which she has grooved to a promotional song.

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