Tabu on her unique relationship with the actor who she’s romanc ing on screen again after 23 years, why she’s still single but no longer afraid to mingle and why the Golmaal franchise is irresistible. Are you just romancing the job or is there a special someone in your life too? “If you asking whether there is a romance brewing, then the answer is ‘no’.”  “I was reserved when I was younger and doubtful about what to do and where to go. Farah Khan’s house is the only place where I was comfortable and I’m still happy when I’m around her.”   “Today, I’m all grown up and go where I think I should. Professional appearances are tiresome but for friends I will walk the extra mile. House-parties are great and the nice thing is that whether I dropped by or not, friends like Shah Rukh Khan and Karan Johar never stopped inviting me to their homes. When you’ve been in films for over two decades, the film industry is your home.” Tabu said,” “I’ve wanted to do a light-hearted film for a long time, more so because my mother was fed up of me doing rona-dhona roles. A lot of people too have been saying that they wanted to see me in a comedy like Biwi No 1 and Hera Pheri. I remember joking with Rohit Shetty at parties, saying, “I want to be part of the Golmaal franchise because I want to just stand there and laugh.” To be honest, even in a film like Golmaal Again, I’m the more serious and credible character, but as part of the team, I get the chance to stand there and laugh at the boys (Ajay Devgn, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade and Kunal Kemmu) who are doing what they do best.”   “I’m working with Rohit for the first time and I’m really happy. There is an unexplained familiarity when I’m on set with him. He’s completely focused on the action but at the same time he makes his actors comfortable.” She said,” “Yes, Ajay and I have known each other for 25 years. He was my cousin Sameer Arya’s neighbour and close buddy, a part of my growing up years and that has laid the foundation of our relationship.When I was young, Sameer and Ajay would spy on me, follow me around and threaten to beat up any boys who are caught talking to me. They were the big bullies and if I am single today, it is because of Ajay. I hope he repents and regrets what he did.”   The Times of  India : 29th. June,17


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