There were reports that Shahid Kapoor’s wife, Mira Rajput could be making her Bollywood debut in one of Shahid’s upcoming films. (Read: Mira and I are different and that works for us: Shahid Kapoor)
However, as the ever concerned hubby, Shahid Kapoor dismissed those rumours and set the record straight once and for all. “Mira is my wife and not an actor,” said Shahid.
Like every other man, marriage has made Shahid too more responsible both as a person and as an actor.
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“Marriage makes you more responsible. I have been living independently for a close to nine years. I started living in my own house when I was 24. When you get married, it makes you feel a lot more responsible. Marriage grounds you and makes you feel settled. You get to know where your future lies. Everytime you take a decision, you feel you need to think more about it because there is another person in your life as well.”
Shahid Kapoor, who is in New Delhi told reporters, that he is speaking about Mira and their marriage now because he feels the need to “clarify” a few things.
“I am only speaking because I feel there is a time in my life right now where I need to clarify certain things as something huge has happened in my life, which is marriage. It is not something I will continue doing consistently,” he told news agency PTI.
The “R… Rajkumar” actor thinks it is important to draw the line because people will always want to know about a star’s personal life, which at times gets intrusive. “I think it is important to find that healthy balance because the tendency for people is to wanting to know more than they need to or they should or that I am comfortable with.”
“My job is to always draw the line because if I don’t then no one will. Having said that, there are certain things that I feel I should talk about and whenever I feel like I should, I promise I will and whenever I am not please respect it.” (With PTI inputs)