Actress Kajol, who made her OTT debut with Netflix’s ‘Tribhanga: Tedhi Medhi Crazy’, directed by Renuka Shahane and that includes Tanvi Azmi and Mithila Palkar in lead roles, not too long ago opened up about spending the coronavirus-induced lockdown along with her household.
Known for her witty solutions, nice sense of humour and extrovert nature, Kajol, in an interview with Pinkvilla revealed that the lockdown was a really ‘intense’ interval for her as a mom since she attended college along with her son Yug to be sure that he was current in his class.
“It was a very, very concentrated period as a mother. My son goes to school from 8 am to 4 pm and now school came home and I had to attend school with him at least to make sure that he was in class,” Kajol instructed Pinkvilla.
On being requested what her household (Ajay Devgn, Nysa Devgn and Yug Devgn) and she or he did to get some house from one another, Kajol quipped, “At the end of the quarantine, I have to say that I’m very grateful for the fact that we had four bedrooms in the house. Each of us could get one bedroom and we could all go into the room and lock ourselves in whenever it felt like.. to get that space from each other.”
Meanwhile, talking about engaged on the women-dominated set of her digital movie ‘Tribhanga: Tedhi Medhi Crazy’, and recalling how there was a time when males weren’t prepared to take part in gender conversations, Kajol stated, “There was so much estrogen on ‘Tribhanga’ sets that we completely beat the testosterone. We had too much fun on the sets and cracked multiple dirty jokes, if you saw the BTS (behind the scenes) of this film — you would be in splits.”
“We were so entertained during the shooting that we rolled on the floor laughing — it was a blast altogether. There was this one point where Renuka and I had this huge conversation about men and all of a sudden you could see there was utter silence on the set. We realized that all the men around me had kept quiet and no one was willing to look up and participate in this conversation,” she added.
‘Tribhanga: Tedhi Medhi Crazy’ launched on Netflix on January 15.