Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan shies away from speaking on profit sharing for her upcoming film ‘Jazbaa’.
There are a lot of actors, who demand share in profit of a film and it was reported that director Sanjay Gupta would be sharing profit of the upcoming action-drama with his leading lady.
When asked about it, the 41-year-old actress said, “Come to my office and we will discuss it.” The director interrupted saying, “It is all success sharing.”
“Jazbaa” marks Aishwarya’s return to the silver screen after a gap of five years.
“We have heard seniors saying, once an artist always an artist, and I have witnessed that… It is my personal experience,” the “Dhoom 2” actress said.
“I have not felt the gap. Whether there is a gap or not, doesn’t matter. An actor gets satisfaction with the work, he or she does,” she adds.
Aishwarya is one such actress who is not much in the limelight except when her film is about to release or for brand endorsements.
“There is no plan to it (not being in limelight) I feel I am present. I kept doing films before marriage, during marriage and after marriage, during pregnancy and now. I respect the integrity of commitment. I am a very committed mother,” she said. The actress, who was last seen in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s 2010 film “Guzaarish”, said she waited for the right time to be back on screen.
“I felt the time was right to venture out… the balance… but I am still figuring out things. I think in a mother’s life, every day is a first whether the baby is one year old or five year old…as you have not been a mother before.
“Everyday is a new day and you keep discovering. When I felt I can go ahead and do things I did. When we were ready we rolled it. I think it all fell into place,” she said.
While her actor husband Abhishek Bachchan and father-in-law Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan are quite active on the social media, Aishwarya does not have any separate account to interact with her fans.
“I have not been on social media. Whenever I come it is through his account and it is just to thank everyone for the good wishes, love and blessings. I am grateful for everything.”
“Jazbaa”, which also stars Irrfan Khan, Shabana Azmi, Jackie Shroff and Atul Kulkarni, hits the screens on October 9.