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My wife doesn’t like the spotlight: Kunal Kapoor

Kunal Kapoor said: "She doesn't enjoy being in the spotlight which is difficult when you are married to an actor."

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While Kunal Kapoor is spotted at various social events, his wife Naina despite being Amitabh Bachchan’s niece doesn’t exactly relish the limelight.

The tall and handsome Kunal Kapoor broke many a hearts when he got hitched to his fiance Naina Bachchan earlier this year. While Kunal is spotted at various social events including movie screenings, his wife Naina despite being Amitabh Bachchan’s niece doesn’t exactly relish the limelight.

“She doesn’t enjoy being in the spotlight which is difficult when you are married to an actor. She is someone who likes to be a private person,” revealed a doting husband Kunal.

The duo got married earlier this year in Seychelles after dating each other for five long years. And it is this understanding that helped them sail during rough times. “We have known each other for five years. We have seen a lot of ups and downs. The most important thing is that we are great friends and understand each other well and have contributed to each others growth,” said Kunal.

Kunal, who will next be seen in ‘Kaun Kitne Paani’, denied being choosy when it comes to signing Bollywood projects. “I hate the word choosy. There are two things that an actor can do. Either sign every movie project that comes your way or wait and do roles that excite you. I prefer the latter. I keep getting offered a lot of roles but none of them were exciting until this one came along. When I do a film, I should feel and stay connected to the character I am playing.”

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Talking about the film, Kunal said: “This is a film speaks about a world where water is equal to gold. I play a prince in the movie and my village is plagued with acute water shortage. When a priest comes to perform a pooja, you have to buy three packets of water for the same. The film is a wonderful take on different human relations.”