Kajol on Movies and Family

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Posted on October 15th, 2007 in News

Bollywood superstar Kajol has been hard at work lately with work and family life. The proud wife and mother recently revealed some very interesting tidbits about her life, daughter Nysa and husband Ajay Devgan.

Kajol says life is good but very hectic, “My work, my husband, brand endorsements are all keeping me busy. But the maximum time is taken by my daughter Nysa,” Kajol said.

It seems that Nysa has inherited her parents acting ability and Kajol says that if Nysa wants to be an actress when she grows up; “I wouldn’t stop her but I would tell her to think carefully about it.” Adding, “She’s a better actor than me, actually, she wins hands down. She imitates just about anyone around her and she’s simply fantastic!”

Speaking of the family business, Kajol was last seen in Fanaa opposite Aamir Khan and many considered it her comeback film. “I wouldn’t call Fanaa my comeback film because I never retired. I had just taken a break. People went on and on about whether Fanaa was the right choice for me. Some said I should have done a film with Shah Rukh. But I never asked anybody whether they liked me in the film or not. I have never done that and can’t be bothered now.”

Today, Kajol is working on husband’s directorial debut U Me Aur Hum, has recently signed to appear in Toonpur Ka Superhero and Ramayan both with Devgan. About U Me Aur Hum, Kajol says. “It is going great. And yes, I am also doing Ramayan, but I don’t know when is that going to start. I have just signed the movie and it is still in the planning stages.”

Getting back to family life, when asked what makes a perfect home Kajol replied, “About 60 per cent peace and happiness. Oh! And a good kitchen.” Adding, “I am a bad cook! My husband cooks really well and makes mouth-watering food varying from Mughlai to Chinese. He is a multitalented person.”

We certainly wish we would be invited to come over for dinner!

Kuch Toh Bolo!

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