"I congratulated him (Shah Rukh) personally and met him as well. He is a very cute baby, blessings and love always," Kajol said at an event. The actress, known for her memorable performances in films like 'Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge', 'Gupt', 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai', 'Fanaa' among others, has cut down on her work post marriage (to actor Ajay Devgn) and babies.
She was last seen in a prominent role in Karan Johar's home production 'We Are Family' (2010). Kajol wants to work in films but is waiting for a right offer. "I am very happy in my life, spending time with children. If I do a film then there has to be a good reason for me to do it as I won't leave my children behind. The script has to be good," Kajol said.
Also, the iconic train scene from her romantic blockbuster film 'Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge' is time and again used in other films. The scene was seen in the recently released 'Chennai Express'.
"That film was so special, it was really a very good film. All we know is we made it with a lot of love. And fortunately it turned out to be fantastic and well-loved film. I am grateful people remember it today," she said.
Her filmmaker friend Karan Johar is making his acting debut with 'Bombay Velvet' and the chirpy actress wishes him good luck. "I wish him luck. He is a fantastic director and hope he makes as good an actor," she added.
Kajol attended a Surya Child Care hospital event, where she inaugurated the 65-bed expanded NICU. On the occasion, she expressed that the health and medical issues of children need to be addressed as of the babies born every year, 25-30 per cent are underweight.