Kajol in Helicopter Eela: Believe in Good Scripts
During an interactive session with media, at the trailer launch of her forthcoming film, “Helicopter Eela”, which happened two days back, on her 44th birthday, actress Kajol, said that, she believes in good films and scripts rather than in women-oriented films. In this movie Kajol will be seen with Riddhi Sen and Neha Dhupia, as co-actors. The movie, “Helicopter Eela” has been directed by Pradeep Sarkar and produced by Ajay Devgn and Jayantilal Gada and it has been written by Mitesh shah.
On the contrary, actresses like Vidya Balan and Rani Mukerji have turned their focus on women-oriented films by doing some of the good number of projects like “Tumhari Sulu”,“Kahaani” series and “Hichki” and “Mardani,” respectively. Following this, when the interviewer asked her the question, she replied that she doesn't believe in women-oriented films, rather, she believes in good films and scripts.
Kajol further added, that she would say the same for my her counterparts Vidya and Rani. She feels, "Even Vidya Balan and Rani Mukerji believe in good script. It doesn’t matter whether you are the whole and soul of the film or not. What matters is, what you are doing in the film and it matters what kind of films you are working in.”
Basically, Helicopter Eela is a movie that deals with modern-day parenting, and here, Kajol plays the role of an obsessive mother, who continuously keeps a tab on her son’s activities. While she was asked, if she finds any similarity between her and her character in the film, Kajol replied that she thinks most mothers are like Eela. Indian moms, generally or all, are somewhat like Eela, but the degree of obsession can change from one mother to another.
During the session, Kajol praises about her husband Ajay, saying that how Ajay used to take care of their daughter Nysa and son Yug. He has made a good contribution in upbringing them. She praised him immensely for his responsibility sharing habit that despite of her being tied up with the shooting schedules, he managed taking care of their children all solo and quite effectively.