Kajol's Absolute Best Words of Wisdom You Need to Read
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Kajol's Absolute Best Words of Wisdom You Need to Read

Kajol has plenty of wisdom and witty quips to share over the course of her decades-long career. Here's a look at some of the best quotes this acting queen has blessed us with!

It is impossible for anyone to envision Bollywood without the adorable couple – Kajol and Shah Rukh Khan. The pair gifted us intense and countless hit movies that redefined our existing perceptions of relationship goals, friendship, love and chemistry. The ultimate Bollywood diva has successfully managed to stay away from the limelight for a substantial amount of time due to her personal commitments. However, her enthusiastic and electric energy continues to score highly for viewers which is why she is still one of Bollywood’s favorites. Be it her obedient girl depiction in DDLJ or the tom boy in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kajol has an assorted portfolio of characters in the bag through which she breaks stereotypes and create trends. Here a few inspirational quotes by the famous actress herself…

I am mean; I'm nasty at times. I don't feel like talking to people at times. When I am in a bad mood and have had a really awful day, don't come in my face because I am not tolerant and I am not a goddess; I can't handle it after a point. I am going to get up, and I am going to scream, and I am going to say bad things to you.

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Earlier, my priority was only work. I worked like a dog before I got married. After marriage, once you have a baby, time management is difficult. Your responsibilities change, your priorities change. And you have to concentrate on them if you have to work out your life. Your career is just a part of your life. For me, my family is my life.

I can't stand on a podium and beat my chest saying I'm the best. I just think I've been the luckiest of all. Yes, I'm talented. The movies that I've chosen and the way they've fared have also helped. I've always done films I would love to watch. I have stayed away from films which I thought were depressing.

I have always been very choosy, but as you grow older, your tolerance for crap becomes less. The role I will do today has to justify the time I take away from my kids and my husband. I love them, spend a lot of time with them and love doing things for them. So to go away for three to six months, I need something equally powerful.

Everybody has their own rules, and so do I. I have always lived on my own terms. As far as mistakes are concerned, I've made them and acknowledged them as mistakes, not regrets. I consider my life a success. There's nothing that I would re-do. I've always done what I felt was right.

In life, I take my decisions and stand by them. Some decisions may have proven to be not the best, but I have learnt from them, and I've never repeated a mistake again. If someone tells me to turn left, I will go right! I could not have been taught a lesson in any other way rather than by going through it.

I feel like I am doing a lot, but if someone asks me what exactly I have accomplished, I don't know... putting my son to sleep, feeding him, and taking care of things in the house amount to a lot of work. But, yes, I haven't arrested 14 criminals in one day or saved the world or anything of that sort!

I don't want to be any kind of producer at all - hands-on or otherwise! I feel producing is a very difficult job and creates ulcers! Maybe some people would like to have a certain amount of control; not me. It's too much stress and includes managing everybody's egos... handling my own is enough!

Films are not the sole area in my life. Films are a passion. But it's not like I'll die if I don't get another movie. I'll grow, I'll flourish, I'll learn something new, but I'll always do something that I like. If I get the right film, I'll do it. I will not compromise for anything else.

If you want to lose weight, you have to be obsessed with it. You can't depend upon your dietician, your trainer or various health aids that you have. You have to be organised. And believe me, it isn't that difficult. The first 10 days are terrible because you have to break the lifelong habits that you have made.

There are times when marriage is not such a comfortable place... But you find your way; you become a different person. You grow into it. And you have to work at marriage every day.

I know what my comfort zones are. But without a back-up, I will never step out of my comfort zone. I don't go bungee jumping; I won't jump from the third floor without a safety net. I don't do such things. That's not my personality type.

Did you know? While shooting for the movie Baazigar, rumors have it that Aamir Khan had asked Shahrukh about what kind of an actor was Kajol. To this Shahrukh had replied, "She is very bad, no focus, you will not be able to work with her." But once the movie hit the theatres, Shahrukh agreed that he was wrong. He even cleared up things with Aamir and told him, "I don't know what it is but she is magical on the screen."

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