The period of motherhood is supposed to be a joy and same, goes with actress Kalki Koechlin, who is enjoying motherhood to the core. On Thursday, she took to Instagram to share a video of herself singing a popular Tamil lullaby while putting daughter Sappho to bed.
Sharing it, Kalki wrote: “Kani Kanmani. Adapted from the original to accommodate my lack of musical experience, but this Tamil lullaby is a great one to get her in sleep mode.” The video drew much attention. Actor Sayani Gupta wrote: She’s growing soooo big. When will I see her?” Aaliyah Kashyap, daughter of filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, wrote: “This is so soothing, I could fall asleep to it.” Director Shonali Bose said: “Toooooo beautiful mamma.”
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One of her fans penned, “Unfortunate that I don’t recognize the song. Sounds very pretty.” Another said: “So nice to listen to u singing in Tamil.” A third user said: “Ur such a good mom.”
Since the birth of her daughter, Kalki has been regularly sharing updates about her little girl. Seems like, she is totally into motherhood. Some time back, she had also shared an adorable snap of them together and written: “Favorite munchkin #Sappho #motherhood #lovethisjob @guyhershberg.” In the picture, Kalki is sitting with Sappho on her lap.
Earlier, she had shared a picture of her boyfriend Guy Hershberg’s reading session with the little baby girl. She had written: “Start ‘em young #myquietbook #daddytime #Sappho @guyhershberg.”
Kalki had given birth to Sappho on February 7.. Three days post her delivery, she had shared the first picture with daughter. Expressing utmost gratitude to her doctors for their timely assistance during her water birth process, Kalki had written: “So thankful to the whole team at Tulip Women’s Care and to my to doctors @docsheetalsabharwal and @drrvpunjabi who simply refused to give up on me even when after 17 hours I was so tired I begged them to take the baby out anyway they could and they said no, you’ve come this far and you’re going to have your natural waterbirth, and an hour later Sappho was born. You guys are miracle workers!”