Mumbai, (PTI) Actress Madhuri Dixit, currently judging a dance reality show on TV, is eyeing Bollywood once again and is ready to play any meaningful role regardless of its age.
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The popular star of 1980s and 90s said that she is seriously thinking whether to accept the role of mother to actress Sonam Kapoor in the Hindi remake of Freaky Friday. The movie is slated to be made by her long-time co-star Anil Kapoor's home production.
"I am giving it a thought. I am speaking to Anilji and will let you all know about the status. In real life I am a mother and it is an important consideration. If my role is good then I will surely do it regardless of whether the role is of a mother or any other character," Madhuri said.
"The scripts should be appealing to me. I want to do something that I will enjoy. I should be excited about the script and my role. When I like any scripts, I will let my audience know about it. The film industry has changed a lot. Now, the industry is offering a variety of genres. These days innovative and different kind of scripts are being written," said the 43-year-old star, who is settled in America post marriage.
"It has become more disciplined and a corporate-style culture is now prevalent in the industry," she added.
Madhuri will be in India till March for the filming of dance reality show 'Jhalak Dhikhla Jaa' that she is judging alongside choreographer Remo D'Souza and Malaika Arora Khan. She and Anil have shared screen space in films like Pukar (2000), Beta (1992) and Tezab (1988).