Aditi Rao Hydari who is on a roll with a series of films in the south shared some interesting details about her past and film career. She says that she’s a total product of national integration.
Aditi Rao’s mother Vidya Rao is a Chitrapur Saraswat from Mangalore who is half-Telugu, and her father, the late Ehasaan Hydari, was a Bohri Muslim. She says that she’s been exposed to both these varied cultures and got the best of both the worlds.
She feels that her mother is her biggest strength she raised her a single parent after she got divorced from her father and has immense love for her.
Reacting on the sexual harassment and unsavory experiences, she said that she was touched badly by an elderly man on the bus while she was in her teens. But, she warned him to behave properly and let him go. Aditi Rao says that her mother has given her enough strength and taught her how to deal with different situations and different people.