Twinkle Khanna, who was once a Bollywood actress said that all the films which featured her should be banned so that no one can watch them.
During the launch her book ‘Pyjamas are Forgiving’ writer cum producer Twinkle Khanna interacted with the media along with her husband Akshay Kumar and mother Dimple Kapadia. She was accompanied by some other big names from the Hindi Film Industry namely Karan Johar, Ranveer Singh, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, Bobby Deol, Tanya Deol, R. Balki, Gauri Shinde, Abhishek Kapoor, Mana Shetty and Sikander Kher.
Bollywood actress made her debut with the Hindi film ‘Barsaat’ in 1995. In this movie, she was seen in the lead female role casted opposite to Bobby Deol, who played the role of lead male. Thereafter, she was featured in a few more series that went unsuccessful at the box office such as ‘Itihaas’, ‘Zulmi’ and ‘Mela’. She quit her acting career after she got married to Akshay Kumar in 2001.
Yesterday, she launched her book ‘Pyjamas are Forgiving’ and shared the news with her fans through her social media handle. She shared a video and quoted, “The big day is here-Book launch jitters and hoping my little satellite reaches Mars safely! Catch it live on Facebook #PyjamasAreForgiving”
As reported by a new website, when she was asked which of her films should be remade she said “I haven’t given a single hit in fact. I think that all my films should be banned so that no one can watch it.”
“I don’t think that a film should be made on each story of mine. I have done my job by writing the story and that is all I am interested in.”
“To me, what I personally find interesting is that, here is a woman who is interested in finding redemption and not finding a man. It also has an interesting premise because it’s in stringent Ayurvedic retreat and in a confined environment like the ‘Big Boss’ as when you are in a closed place, all the emotions run high and that was interesting for me.”
When asked whether it can lead to a controversy, she said that “I don’t think that I have written anything which anybody would take offense to. What has been written, it has been in jest. So, I hope people will enjoy the humour and I think they will.”
Twinkle Khanna who is a mother of two children, a son Aarav and daughter Nitara, also commented on the media scrutiny around her children, she said, “The times are such that I think the freedom that we enjoyed whether it was going by train or taking a cycle and roaming around in a neighbourhood, those times are gone, What does scare me is that once these children become very recognized, it is dangerous for them.”