My hands are full with Misha: Mira Rajput on Bollywood debut

Mira talks Bollywood, second baby and being a star wife


Entertainment Desk July 04, 2017
PHOTO: SHAHID KAPOOR/INSTAGRAM

Shahid Kapoor's wife Mira Rajput recently made headlines as rumours were abuzz that the star wife was all set for a Bollywood debut.

However, Mira denied the news at an event and said, "Shahid has already answered it now what should I say? However, right now my hands are full and I'm busy with Misha."

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She added, "Acting is a very difficult art and I am not sure right now if I have it in me. Currently, my main focus is Misha."

In an interview with Pinkvilla, when Mira was asked if she plans on pursuing a career, she stated, "Yes, I would love to work, especially in a field that is creatively stimulating, but also allows me time with family. Perhaps something with food, or lifestyle."

On whether she had a deadline and Mira revealed, "No, because I am going to have another baby, and then decide."

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She also got candid about being judged as a celebrity wife. She said, "The concept of the star wife is outdated. You can either brush it aside or give it importance. I am a wife, yes, and my husband is a star. If you wish to put the two together, you are going to get a star wife. I love him for who he is; I don't care that he is an actor. It's part of the package. I can't say, I love you, but I don't like your profession. Before I got married, it was easy to say 'this one is like that' or 'so and so is that kind of a person'. Now, being on this side of the fence, it's extremely difficult when I am scrutinised."

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Bunny Rabbit | 4 years ago | Reply whatever her intentions : she's getting more face time in media than her husband .
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