This adorable and hilariously edited video posted by Sameera Reddy on her Instagram page has already gone viral.

Sameera Reddy with her kids Hans and Nyra
Flix Entertainment Saturday, September 05, 2020 - 18:11

“Where were you then? Where were you then...The nation wants to know!" as Republic TV’s Arnab Goswami hollers at the camera, a tiny guest appears on the other end. Actor Sameera Reddy’s two-year-old daughter Nyra Varde can be seen giggling, biting her finger and looking plain perplexed.

This adorable and hilariously edited video posted by Sameera Reddy on her Instagram page has already gone viral. The video, which the actor has captioned 'Nyra. The nation wants to know' has her daughter's 'reactions' to all of Arnab’s statements, some of them such as ‘The nation wants to know’ which have now become synonymous with the anchor.

Sameera is active on Instagram and regularly posts videos on motherhood, parenting and body positivity. Her honest feeds have garnered her 870 K followers on Instagram.

The actor also posts funny videos on popular shows. For example, her recent video on Netflix’s Indian Matchmaking. The video featured Sameera’s mother-in-law Manjiri Hegde and the actor’s request to Sima Taparia - the matchmaker - was that she find her a perfect mother-in-law.

‘Asli partner toh mother-in-law hota hain,’ Sameera says in her satirical video.

In another video, Sameera opens up about beauty and ageing. Here she speaks about how she was insecure about her complexion and body when she was in the film industry. She also talks about how the camera can lie, depending on how one positions it. Sameera decided to make the video after hearing a mother who said that she felt fat, ugly and not beautiful because of the post baby fat. The video has been watched over 4 million times.


I had a message form a mom who says she feels ‘fat’ ‘ugly’ and ‘not beautiful’ with her post baby fat . She said she looked at me and felt dejected . OMG!!! So here are my morning swelly eyes . No tricks no make up just me owning it! And I’m hoping that this enforces a positive spin on our own expectations of ourselves . I feel coming back to the public view in a way that I feel no pressure for my own mental health has helped me stay focused on being a good mother and a person who is self accepting that makes it a healthier space for all around me . Don’t dwell on what you are not and what you don’t have ! Let’s focus on the good we are all #imperfectlyperfect #loveyourself #justthewayyouare #keepingitreal

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The actor has also made a video talking about the challenges of managing her children during the lockdown. In this video that she posted, Sameera is in tears as she talks about the impact of the lockdown on kids’ mental health. 

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