Ajay Devgan set to direct wife Kajol in U, Me Aur Hum
Ajay Devgan has given some extremely credible performances in some of his films, the actor has even produced a few films and now he is all set to foray into directing. Ajay Devgan is all set to direct wife Kajol in U, Me Aur Hum; he will also be seen acting in the film alongside Kajol. It will be a romantic film and will also star Sumeet Raghvan, Karan Khanna and Isha Sharvani. Kajol has already made a comeback in films post motherhood, but she is still taking it slow as she is still enjoying motherhood.
Kajol claims that motherhood is a fantastic experience and she says “I have learnt to be patient and how to appreciate my mother.” Kajol is excited to be working with hubby Ajay after such a long time but she is well aware that her husband will be calling the shots and she says “He’s a very demanding actor, so I’m sure he’ll be a very demanding director as well. But he knows his job well, so that’s half the work done.” However many couples are known to have creative differences while working together, but Kajol does not seem perturbed by this, in fact she says “Of course he will listen to my point of view, he’s not a modern day Hitler.” But many have been speculating about the casting of Ajay and Kajol together in the film as several of their films have been flops and there chemistry has not come across on-screen. Also often when a husband and wife work together, family issues always seem to crop in.
But Kajol feels that she had good chemistry with Ajay in a few films like Pyar To Hona Hi Tha which worked well and she says “it all depends on the movie.” As for bringing family issues while working on the film together, she claims “We’ve worked very well together after marriage and there were no such problems at all.” Kajol also has another big project opposite hubby Ajay, Rajkumar Santoshi’s Ramayan. Currently this is all that Kajol can manage as she is too busy with motherhood. There have also been rumours that Kajol may act in a film with SRK, but Kajol refuses to commit to anything right now and says “I don’t think I can do anything beyond this. If I want to do something well, and I do want to, then this is all I can handle.”