We’re all left to ‘wonder’ if I’ll be the ‘woman’!
How do you rate your performance in Krrish?
I believe I’ve delivered the best I could.
Now that Krrish is a hit, do you consider yourself a superstar or a lucky mascot?
It would be very unfair to credit the success of Krrish to one individual or even to luck. This is a path-breaking film in Indian cinema.
Was Bollywood tough without a godfather?
I may not have had any godfathers, but I’ve have always had the love and support of my family and friends, who’ve helped me get to where I am today.
You’ve just celebrated a birthday—what are you looking forward to in the coming year?
Right now it’s my father’s health and continuing to be a part of this business.
Are you more selective about roles now that you are seen to be in the top league?
I don’t think it’s about being in a different league but about how you mature as an actor. Today, I understand the art and business of filmmaking a whole lot better than when I did my first movie.
Who are you keen on working with now?
I’ve had the fortune of working with some of the biggest names and the best talent in the industry. I’d love to work with all of them and some that I’ve not had a chance to work with.
Apart from Wonder Woman, what else are you currently considering?
I have quite a few films in hand and I’m currently in talks for others.
What’s your approach to your co-stars?
It’s about being professional and respecting their talent.
How do you see yourself in the future?
Essaying many roles—singer, wife, mother, daughter, aunt. Doing things I love most.