Is sasuma Jaya Bachchan upset with bahurani Aishwarya?

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"Sharam naam ki toh cheez hee nahi hai,"said Jaya hinting at the bold scenes that all Bollywood movies have today

That Aishwarya's steamy scenes in the film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil have become the talk of the town, is a fact that all of us know by now. While she is definitely giving all new actresses a run for their money, her bold and sensuous avatar hasn't really gone down too well with her extended family, especially in-laws Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan.

First, there were reports that father-in-law Amitabh Bachchan was miffed with bahurani Aishwarya for her uninhibited scenes in the film, but now it seems that even sasuma Jaya Bachchan hasn't taken it too well.

Jaya Bachchan made an appearance at the 18th MAMI Mumbai Film festival and while speaking to reporters over there she made quite a few shocking statements on the explicit scenes that have become an integral part of films these days.

 

The actress, who's known for her stellar performances in the films Guddi, Mili, Chupke Chupke, and Abhimaan, also said that there was a time when films were being made to create art, but in today's day and age it's all about numbers and business.

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"Filmmakers at that time  created art. Today, it's a business and all about numbers. Everything is thrown at our face. People have forgotten subtlety," she told the media.

Continue reading on the next page to know what more did Jaya say about today's bold films!

Reports say that Jaya was indirectly hinting at Aishwarya and her explicit scenes in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.

"Open display of affection is considered smart... sharam naam ki toh cheez hee nahi hai (people are no longer ashamed). Now, it's about big collections at the box office, Rs 100 crore films, first-weekend collection...It's all Greek to me," she added.

 

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But that was not all. The wife of superstar Amitabh Bachchan and Rajya Sabha member Jaya Bachchan added that she gets really stressed when she sees meaningless cinema.

“I get stressed out when I see this kind of cinema. I need to run away to some quiet place. People like Aligarh and Masaan because they show the real India and real problems of India,” she said.

Looks like Jaya Bachchan is really cross with Aishwarya but we're sure the doting daughter-in-law would make everything to get her relationship back on track with her mother-in-law.

In fact, many daughters-in-law have a tough time making their mothers-in-law happy, but it is not that big a task. Here are some tips that can come in handy:

1. Accept her: If you always have a negative attitude towards your mother-in-law, it would be very difficult to have a smooth relationship with her. Accept her with her flaws and give her some time to warm up to you.

2. Be positive: There might be many moments that could cause friction between the two of you, but at such times it would always be a good idea to be positive and take it in the right spirit, instead of finding faults in everything.

3. Respect her: Never forget that she's your husband's mother and deserves just the same respect and love as your own mother. Think hard before you say something harsh to her and analyze if you would have said the same thing to your mother. Believe me, all it needs is a change of mindset.

Also Read: 6 things you should never say to your Indian mother-in-law

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