Daughter Nysa and son Yug come first for Kajol
Family comes first for the versatile actress Kajol. After a long hiatus, Kajol is making a comeback in husband Ajay Devgn’s production. She got married to Ajay in 1999 and blessed with two children-daughter Nysa and son Yug.
"I have the financial reason not to work. I don't need to work and I can afford to stay at home and take care of them (kids), which is why I do" explained Kajol at the launch of a campaign to promote hand-washing.The 39-year-old actress does not want to miss out being with her children."I think it's everybody's personal decision that whether you have to work or not. As long as you spend time with you children, is most important," she added.
Kajol did not reveal much about her next venture but her husband and actor divulged her next movie. "We have locked on a script. I liked the idea and the concept, but nothing is finalised yet. It is too early to talk about it," she said.
Ajay Devgn who is very reserved and hardly speaks about his personal life revealed about Kajol comeback project. Kajol was last seen in Karan Johar’s ‘My Name Is Khan’ in 2010. The film was highly acclaimed but the dusky beauty took a break from film for her second child. She got pregnant with her second child and post Yug’s birth, she took leave from acting. Now that Yug has grown up a bit, Kajol decided to make a comeback.
Kajol delivered hits like 'Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge', 'Gupt', 'Dushman', 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai', 'Fanaa', 'My Name Is Khan'. She took a break from cinema in 2001 but returned with Kunal Kohli’s romantic thriller 'Fanaa' in 2006.
Ajay is all praise for his wife and said that Kajol has brought a positive change in him. He said, "Because of Kajol, I have become calmer and much secure. So basically, I am happy. As far as work is concerned, we hardly discuss work at home."
Ajay may also act opposite wife Kajol after sometime.
He said: "I need a year for that. I have
one or two scripts, but nothing right now. I will not be directing for next two
years... so may be after that."
He said: "I don't make a lot of films."
Asked why, and he explained: "The films I make, I believe in them. Sometimes you decide to do a film thinking that this will be made in such a manner and then you start realising that it's not going the right way, then you lose it."