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Gearing to Get Behind the Camera

After making her directorial debut last year with critically acclaimed ‘Dhobi Ghat’, Kiran Rao is again planning to get behind the camera, soon.  “I am actually going to begin to wr

Published: 25th April 2012 07:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 10:30 PM   |  A+A-

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After making her directorial debut last year with critically acclaimed ‘Dhobi Ghat’, Kiran Rao is again planning to get behind the camera, soon.

 “I am actually going to begin to write something. I am hoping to write something, I am working on it. I am still very much a full time mother. I am hoping to find the space to work and write something new,” Kiran says.    

“I haven’t started writing anything yet, so when I have something to say about it, I will say,” she adds.

     Aamir Khan and Kiran became proud parents to a son on December last year. The star couple resorted to IVF due to medical complications and the child was born to a surrogate mother at a private clinic here. The newborn was named Azad.

     As Aamir is making his debut on television with a show titled Satyamev Jayate, wife Kiran can’t contain excitement and hopes everybody likes it.

    “Talking about the song, then I find it amazing. I really loved it. They went all over the country to shoot it which was really exciting. I was really sad that I couldn’t be part of the show. It has been such a good journey for Aamir. The promos I hope have reached out to people. I hope everyone likes the show,” Kiran says.

    “The show has made my life hell in many ways as Aamir has worked on the show day and night in the house. So the house was full of writers, people from Star TV. So I am waiting for the show to come on air and hopefully my life will also go back to normal,” she chuckles.

The show is expected to go on air next month.



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