Sunday 30 July, 2017
She says to mid-day, "Wasn't Dilwale (2015) my comeback film? No, wait, maybe Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001) was. I have made 25 comebacks. I am losing track of the number" . She fed up from the word comeback.She was asked about the married actresses life, that the marriage could cuts shorts of female actor's 'shelf life'. In response to this she said:
"Women, female actors more so, need to be comfortable about the lives they choose. I wouldn't want to be 16 ever again. I am prettier, smarter and better at my skill."She futher added that the life of married female is not as it is as the life of male actors. She said:
"Yes, there is no denying that longevity of female actor is a lot [less] than their male counterparts. After marriage, priorities change. Socially and personally, I am entrusted with more responsibilities, so is my partner. [...] I accepted it and went ahead with everything just the way I should have."Common culture of India is that the married women are the property of their husbands. So they had limits to other men it is the norm of indian society. Kajol pretend to say that their is dearth of roles in Bollywood for married female actresses, and also said that Bollywood has history in objectifying the female actresses.