Believe it or not! Ajay scolds wife Kajol at parties because of THIS shocking reason

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Kajol has this one quality that absolutely irks hubby Ajay, so much so that he scolds her at parties!

In an industry where personalities thrive on dishonest reviews and fake praise, actor and mum Kajol has been a breath of fresh air. She is genuine and brutally honest not only in her art, but also in life and there is not much she likes to hold back.

Her mantra is to be simple and truthful; one that we are sure she has managed to teach her teenage daughter Nysa as well.

But it is this 'honest' quality that often gets her into trouble, especially at home with her husband Ajay Devgn. Yes, you read that right.

The Dilwale actor spilled the beans on how her brutally honest personality sometimes takes a toll on her relationship with her husband.

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"Ajay blasts me every other day"

While speaking to daily Kajol shared that her non-diplomatic behaviour often gets her husband into trouble and he comes home and scolds her. She said, therefore, being honest comes at a cost.

"Huge cost. Ajay (Devgn) blasts me every other day. I can’t take diplomacy seriously even though it lands my husband in trouble with people in the industry. At parties, he chides me for saying things as is. But believe me, I say things in the nicest of ways with the best of intentions. Fortunately for me, people forgive me a lot. It’s difficult to be diplomatic. I’ll forget what you lied about,” she shares.

The 42-year-old mum who never minces her words is also shares that while people think she hasn't changed and continues to be brutally straightforward, she says that is not true.

And the reason for that has been her marriage.

She shared, "After marriage, priorities change. Socially and personally, I am entrusted with more responsibilities, so is my partner. In this country, marrying the man is not enough. You marry an entire family. My attitude to life changed after marriage. I accepted it and went ahead with everything just the way I should have. Men have their own share of chaos to deal with in order to adjust."

"Women have to look at careers in a more balanced way"

The mum-of-two also spoke about how careers change post marriage and candidly shares that hers did too.

"As far as careers are concerned, women have to look at it in a more balanced way. In India, with female actors, what changes is how people look at them. After marriage, she is less appealing because she is 'taken'."

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Unfortunately, this problem is not just for women in the glamour industry, but also elsewhere. Rejoining workforce can be difficult, especially after kids.

However, as she says with adjustment and balance one can achieve even the impossible, even work and home.

In fact, most working mums are able to do, irrespective of whether or not they have help strike the right balance. And interestingly, having a working mother is good for kids.

3 positive effects of having a working mother

  • They are positive role models: Working mothers are role models for their kids and teach them not only about time management and multi-tasking but also about the importance of balancing work and home. So through a working mother, girls realise the importance of having a career and boy understand their roles within the house.
  • They raise independent kids: When kids watch their mothers handle situations and problems both at home and at office, they realise the importance of being self-reliant. Such kids then grow up to be independent and have their mums to thank for this quality.
  • They raise kids with academic bentStudies have proved that working mothers are able to raise who are also academically good because they are able manage their time well. Working mothers understand the importance of good education and are able to influence their kids to achieve academic excellence.

Read: Kajol says THIS trait can lead to a divorce so she has abandoned it in her marriage!

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Written by

Deepshikha Punj