Sandra Bullock’s Biggest Fear Is Being Away From Children

Actress Sandra Bullock said that she feels lucky to live in a time where she can choose how and what her family looks like. She told People.com, "We're very lucky that we get to live in this moment in time where we get to choose what our family looks like, and I got to do that in real life," 

"You imagine so many things for yourself, but when it appears it is better than anything you could ever imagine. And in ('Bird Box'), it is about family in a sense, in that ‘sight' has us choosing things based on a preconceived notion of what that image must be like, when in fact it's the exact opposite," She further added.

The mother of two went on to say, "And here are these people who have that taken away, and you are actually given the family that is going to take the best care of you, that wants to take care of you, that wants to be there for you, and how that that looks is very different from what most people expect.

"But I think what I loved about this is that it sort of mirrored what I feel about real life, in that my family is not how most people thought it would look, but it's better."

The actress, who is currently seeing Bryan Randall, revealed that her biggest fear is “being away from my children”. The actress has starred in films such as Miss Congeniality, The Blind Side, The Proposal and Crash.        -Rubaina Bilgrami   and Picture Courtesy – IANS