Actor Kajol feels that no one comes close to her from the current crop of heroines in Bollywood. “There is no one. I don’t think there is any one better than me. Not right now.
I think acting is something where you learn, re-learn things, hone and refine your skills. I think the girls need time,” she said in conversation with friend and film-maker Karan Johar, according to the Times of India.
The 38-year-old actor is known for her memorable performances in films like Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Dushman, Fanaa and My Name is Khan. Kajol, who is married to actor Ajay Devgn, took a sabbatical from full-time acting in 2001 and returned to films with the 2006 romantic thriller, Fanaa.
Kajol also revealed that she is open to doing an item number if its requirement is justified in the film. “I love watching item numbers. If the film demands it and if the item number is adding to the film, helping take the story forward, then I don’t mind doing one,” she said, reports