Sushmita Sen's daughter Renee has THIS to say to people who ask about her 'real mother'

Bollywood actress and former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen's daughter Renee, who made her acting debut with the short film 'Suttabaazi,' recently opened up on her adoption.

In one of his recent interviews, Renee also revealed what she has to say to people who ask her about her 'real mother.'

For those unversed, Sushmita was only 24 when she had adopted her first child Renee. Later, in 2010, she adopted Alisah.

Recently, Reene, who is all set to make her big Bollywood debut, was asked if conversations about her being adopted cross the line.

Responding to this, Renee told PeepingMoon that she was asked on social media about her real mother. The actress said that she would like to ask just one thing to them - 'please define real mother'.

Renee further stated that her truth is very out and open but she asked what if it's someone else? She said that it might affect them and we need to be a little sensitive about these things.

In an earlier interview, Sushmita had revealed that by the time Renee turned 18, she told Sushmita that she had no interest in knowing details of her biological parents.

Duing an Ask Me Anything session on Instagram earlier this year, Renee was asked by a fan, "Do you know who is your real mother? Just want to know. Sus mam is fab we all know."

Replying to it, Renee wrote, "I am born to my mother’s heart. This is as real as it gets."

A few days back, Renee opened up on online trolling and the negativity on social media. She said that she doesn't read 'social media comments a lot' as people will always have things to say.

Earlier, Renee was bombarded with questions about her relationship status. She was flooded with questions about her love life, with many wanting to know if she's dating someone. Responding to numerous such questions, Renee said that she was single.

She also said that dating is the last thing on her mind and right now the focus is on work.

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