Marriage does not mean end of profession for an actress in Bollywood. Also, that has been the situation for a very long time, says on-screen character Kajol, who feels the buildup around it is because of extra attention paid to the marital status of women.
"Married actresses have been working in movies for quite a while. It's simply that they never came into focus and individuals never brought up out and said, 'Hello, you're married and you're working'," Kajol told to a news agency in a meeting from Mumbai.
The mother of two included: "You had a Sharmila Tagore, you had my mom (Tanuja), you had Saira Banu, you had such a variety of performing artists, who worked after they got married, in fact more after they got married than before they got married. Dimple Kapadia so far as that is concerned," Kajol said.
"So yes, there are performing artists who have been working pre and post-marriage and nothing changed in their whole symbolism. There were a considerable measure of performers who did not work at all once they got married. Furthermore, that is a conceivable decision, I trust," she included.
"What's more, obviously, there were some who simply didn't make it and utilized marriage as a reason. Along these lines, I don't believe I'm a way breaker in that sense. Perhaps on the grounds that the spotlight is on me at this moment. Be that as it may, I didn't do it first. I just followed in some exceptionally celebrated strides," Kajol said.
Kajol chose to get married to performer Ajay Devgn at the pinnacle of her vocation. Their wedding occurred in 1999, and they have a 13-year-old little girl named Nysa and child Yug, six. After the introduction of her little girl in 2003, Kajol did a couple movies, for example, Fanaa, U Me Aur Hum, My Name Is Khan, We Are Family and Toonpur Ka Superrhero. The on-screen character was most recently seen in Dilwale with Shah Rukh Khan.