She found time to try her hand at baking with her seven-year-old son, Viaan Raj Kundra. Well, much to our delight, the two recently got together and spilled some juicy secrets.
She also went on to reveal about how she used to bully Shamita in their childhood.
Other remarks aside, but Shilpa clearly hinted at her insecurity emerging from the industry and society's obsession with fair-skinned women. Ahead of the film's release, the actress revealed that she had been insecure of her sister Shamita Shetty when the "Mohabbatein" actress was entering Bollywood.
Siblings are the best gifts one can have as they are not just your brother or sister, they are your friends, guide, support system or we can say an all-in-one family pack. Shamita was lovely, I had a dark complexion, so I went through a period of uncertainty in my life.
HT reported her saying, "There was a time I have locked Shamita inside daddy's cupboard. So, I have to admit, the show for the first time on this, that when they debuted, I have the feeling that no one would give me work no more after this". She's a greater actress and a dancer. Today, I'm a minion who's braving through a different kind of "Monday blues"!
Having won an IIFA award for her debut, Shamita thought it would be a sign of things to come, however, things panned out very differently. Then now we have had enormous fights. It was a struggle to find my own identity. "She and I've fought, I've thrown a solar mica piece at her and there's a lower on her face". "I knew about comparisons but the media was really harsh on me".
Shilpa is all set to shine on the big screen once again with romantic action comedy Nikamma, alongside Abhimanyu Dassani and Shirley Setia, and will also be seen playing a lead role in Priyadarshan's Hungama 2, co-starring Paresh Rawal, Meezaan Jaffrey and Pranitha Subhash.