Eesha has no qualms in admitting that it is indeed her mother-in-law who calls the shots in the Narang household, adding that she is grateful for it as it helps her juggle between being a wife and actress.
"We live in a huge place and really, it would be impossible for me to run things on my own. Being married into a Punjabi family means there is so much that happens in the house 24x7. I am enjoying living a life where I am working in films while also getting totally domesticated. It has been fun for the last 8 months," the actress told PTI.
The statuesque beauty who began her modelling career as a teenager, says that despite living an independent life for years, she is enjoying the process of being a part-time homemaker.
"You have to do start looking into the tiny details when trying to run a home and it's not an easy thing. Thankfully my mom-in-law is guiding me and I am enjoying learning," said the 33-year-old.
The actress got married to her long-time boyfriend Timmy in a small traditional Maharashtrian ceremony last year, with just friends and family in attendance.
The actress said that she looks at marriage as a learning process and is enjoying a working life on the sets while also enjoying time with her husband and family.
"In fact I remember that during my earlier years of modelling and acting, my mom used to call me at night to inquire about me. I used to get a little irritated and then a close friend of mine told me 'Eesha, you are fortunate that someone is asking about you'. I still remember her words and hence don't mind the fact I am answerable to my mother-in-law," said the actress.
Meanwhile, she has thoroughly enjoyed the last eight months of marital bliss even though there have been a few instances of lovers tiffs.
"You grow up with each other and are bound to have disagreements. In fact I strongly believe that when you agree with a person all the time, it means that one person is not thinking about the other person's point of view at all," said the actress.