Broota works at her studio everyday, except when filial duty calls her elsewhere. Having grown up in Delhi, observing its natural landscapes and parks (now dwindling), the artist remembers a time of experimentation when fellow-artists were also looking for ways to exclude the inessential element from their work.
Although she has been often labelled as a practitioner of tantra art, she prefers to think of herself as more meditative than spiritual or religious. The latter forces an incarcerating cultural mark on her identity that she wishes to dispel. She pointed out that a lot of her late contemporaries, like S. H. Raza, were not practicing tantrics etiher.