When Kajol was asked by NDTV, ''How would you describe your decades-old association with Shahrukh Khan?'' She said, ''Everyone talks about Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995), but we did Baazigar (1993) before that. So it has been over 22 years. People talk about our onscreen chemistry, but he is like a friend you have had for many years. You can be yourself in front of that person. There are no egos, no formalities involved. I am just me. I can say whatever I want.''
Talking about Dilwale, Kajol said, ''I took it up as a challenge. I wanted to get out of my comfort zone for the film. People consider me an emotional actress, but here was my chance to be part of not only car chase sequences, but also of cars flying in the air.''
The beautiful actress further added, ''My son only likes the zooming car parts in the film while my daughter (Nysa, 12) thinks that being part of the Golmaal franchise was the best thing that her father (Ajay Devgn) did in his career. So, she's happy that I am doing a film on similar lines.''