Kajol’s one more comeback film Helicopter Eela has hit the screens. The actress is happy as the film has been garnering the good response but she is happier as her film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai completed 20 years. She also attended an event yesterday. The My Name Is Khan actress recently appeared on Neha Dhupia’s chat show, No Filter Neha as a guest. On the show, she got candid about her kids not liking her movies.
Kajol’s statement on the show that no one was happy about her wedding with Ajay Devgn raised everyone’s brows, “Nobody wanted us to get married besides his family and my family. My family also was iffy. My dad didn’t talk to me for a week when I told him I wanted to get married. It was because I wanted to get married.”
The actress further said, “He was just like why do you want to get married, you’re so young and your career is doing so well and I was like but I want to get married. Ajay and I were very different people, so lots of people had reservations as to what we would be like as a couple and we were not very social even then. Not a lot of people had met us together or knew what we were like together.”
Talking about the real reason behind surviving their marriage, she said, “We have survived because both of us have worked through it together and we have two kids. It’s almost like we have become like one person who has these two children like their arms.”
The actress also shared, “Both my children don’t like my movies. They don’t watch my movies. According to them, I cry too much in my films and I don’t do happy films so hence and therefore I should do more films like Golmaal.”
Talking about her daughter Nysa, the actress said, “According to her (Nysa), there are very few things I look good in. Her taste is very classic so anything that is a little quirky or the things that I like – is a little quirky or a little loud. She is like why you can’t watch this film quietly or why can’t you enjoy this film quietly, why do you have to cry, scream, clap or laugh.”
Earlier, when she was asked why she chose to tie the knot at the peak of her career, she answered, “It was the right thing for me to do at that point of time. I had been already working for around eight and a half to nine years. So, I was ready to kind of calm down on my work front and kind of take it easier.” She added, “I was doing four to five films a year. I didn’t want to do only that and to only live like that. That wasn’t what I had set out for. So, I assumed that I would get married and do one film a year. I’ll be happier and be more settled.”