Shabana Azmi: Javed never wrote poetry for her PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN/Karachi/February 12, 2014/The Indian film, TV and theatre actress, Shabana Azmi has smilingly protested that her husband Javed Akhtar never wrote any song or poetry for her. Wednesday, Shabban Azmi graced Geo News studio with her presence and talked to the anchor Najia Ashar. When asked whether Javed Akhtar wrote the song ‘Aik Larki Ko Dekha Tau Aisa Laga’ keeping her in mind, Shabana Azmi said it was written for Manisha Koirala  the Bolllywood

actress who co-starred with Anil Kapoor in ‘1942 A Love Story’. “He never wrote any couplet for me.” She said her husband justified it by saying: “If someone works in a circus, would you expect him to remain suspended upside down in his home too.” Shabana Azmi, to a question if she feels there was anything her life lacked, said she cannot cook and even today she considered it as a deficiency. Shabana Azmi is in Karachi to participate in the 1st Sindh International Film Festival being held in collaboration with the UK-based Raindance Film Festival and Independent Film Trust. The two-day event is being held as part of the two-week Sindh Culture Festival.Courtesy: The News

 

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