Don’t want my son in films: Akki

Don`t want my son in films: AkkiActor-producer Akshay Kumar, who spends quality time with his 10-year-old son Aarav despite his busy schedule, says that he wants to keep him away from films.

“He is too young. I want my son to be away from films. I want him to enjoy childhood. I want him to go and play football. Go on the beach and enjoy life,” Akshay told.

The Bollywood star also revealed that he leads a disciplined life and doesn’t bend his rules regardless of his hectic shooting schedule.

“I don’t enjoy partying. I don’t understand why they play music so loud. I like to sleep early. I go off to sleep by 9 to 9.30. I get up by 4.30 in the morning,” the 44-year-old said.

“Twinkle sleeps by 8.45 in the night and thank god this is the only similarity that I and Twinkle share. Life becomes very calm when your partner sleeps at the same time. We share this one thing in common,” he said.

Akshay’s first release this year is “Housefull 2”, which is releasing April 5.

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Aamir Khan: Don’t call Vidya the ‘Female Aamir Khan’

Aamir Khan: Don`t call Vidya the `Female Aamir Khan`Vidya Balan’s charm and enduring performance seems to have impressed ‘perfectionist’ Aamir Khan so much that he has expressed his desire to work with the national award winning actress.

Vidya’s dream run began with R Balki’s ‘Paa’ (2009) alongside Amitabh Bachchan, Vishal Bharadwaj’s ‘Ishqiya’ (2010) opposite Nasseruddin Shah, Raj Kumar Gupta’s ‘No One Killed Jessica’ (2011) alongside Rani Mukherjee, Milan Luthria’s ‘The Dirty Picture’ (2011) and the latest, Sujosh Ghosh’s ‘Kahaani’ (2012).

With Vidya being compared with Aamir for her perfectionist style, so much so that she is dubbed by some in the industry as a ‘Female Aamir Khan’, the latter is singing the paeans for her.

“I think we must call Vidya by her name only and who am I for her to be getting my name? She is very talented and a wonderful actress. I would love to work with her,” Aamir said.

Though Aamir has not seen Vidya’s recent movie, he is lavish in praise for the 34-year-old actress. “I haven’t seen ‘Kahaani’ yet but I have heard good things about it, people have appreciated and liked the film a lot. Even about Vidyaji I have heard good things. People have appreciated and liked her recent films and I congratulate her,” he said.