“Ajay was the child sitting when I was shooting for ‘Dilwale’.
I feel time must be managed…balanced with work. As a mother we feel regretful that we are not getting enough time to go through with my youngsters,” Kajol told journalists here at the trailer dispatch of the film, coordinated by Rohit Shetty. “You sense that you need to be with them …give them lunch…dinner. In any case, Ajay has been steady, he dealt with kids,” she said.
Co-star and amigo Shah Rukh tongue in cheek said, “Ajay must be stating “Aata maji tataki” (the well-known dialog from Devgn’s film “Singham”).
It was Kajol’s girl Nysa who demanded her to take the film.
“I advised her I would be shooting open air yet she was satisfied with it. She just requesting that I do the film. She was burnt out on seeing me crying on screen, she needed me to do a happy…fun film,” she included.