With promotions of Mardaani in full swing, this is turning out to be quite a work-filled honeymoon for you. Has marriage sunk in yet?
Even if I forget, people keep reminding me of my marriage. We still have to leave for our honeymoon but itíll have to be after the filmís release. Iím happy that Mardaani is my first release after marriage because I completely believe in the spirit of the film.
In your post-wedding note you mentioned that you always wanted a fairytale. Is married life also a fairytale?
Yes. The fairytale continues and I hope it does so till I die. Iíve always believed in having a great love story and I waited to meet my Prince Charming. The credit goes to my husband Adi (Aditya Chopra) for making it all come true. Heís a great soul, a wonderful human being and someone I really respect. Itís tough to get my respect since in this industry not many people are worthy of it. The world knows Adi as a great achiever, and a fantastic filmmaker but what is more important for me is that heís a fair and good-hearted person. Heís the only producer who will give the biggest film to a director even if he has delivered a big flop.
Youíve known Adi closely for many years. Was there a particular moment when you felt that heís The One?
You know, itís quite strange. Before we even said it to each other, in our hearts we knew that we are meant to be together. During his speech at our wedding lunch, Adi said that he feels he was born to love me. Now he jokes that he said that because he writes love stories so I say to him, ĎOh really?í But in so many ways he has shown me that these are not just words for him. He calls me a Ď24-hour-entertainment channel.í He says he doesnít know what channel is running ó comedy, action or drama.
Adi is the most reclusive person in the industry. Will we see more of him now that heís married
(Laughs) No. He needs to be in his shell. Only I should be seen everywhere.
Whatís the most significant change in your life after marriage?
Since Adi doesnít live with his mother Pam Aunty (Pamela Chopra) I have to run the house. The biggest challenge is to tell the cook what to make everyday. After