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Soha Ali Khan: Will not take a break post marriage

Soha Ali Khan, who tied the knot with Kunal Khemu on Jan 25 this year, says she'll not take a break.

By: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai |
February 23, 2015 3:27:00 pm
soha ali khan, kunal khemu Actress Soha Ali Khan, who tied the knot with Kunal Khemu on Jan 25 this year, says she’ll not take a break and would continue to do films even after marriage.

Actress Soha Ali Khan, who tied the knot with Kunal Khemu on Jan 25 this year, says she’ll not take a break and would continue to do films even after marriage.

Soha was present at a promotional event here when she was asked if the audience would see her in films after marriage. (See Pics of Soha, Kunal’s Royal Wedding)

To that she said: “Yes, yes, of course you’ll see me in films. Film ‘October 3st’ is in post production now…we have wrapped up the shooting.”

“In few day’s I’ll start shooting for ‘Ghayal once again’. It will be a action-packed, great fun movie. I’ll get a chance to work with Sunny sir (Sunny Deol) in it. So, I’m really looking forward to it.” she added. (Pics: Soha, Kunal are Royal)

Soha Ali Khan, Saif Ali Khan Soha Ali Khan – Kunal Khemu’s royal wedding portrait

Soha further expressed her desire to share screen space with her husband Kunal Khemu.

“We have already done two films together…Obviously… I believe Kunal (Kunal Khemu) is a great actor and it will be fun working with him. Also we’ll get a chance to spend some time together (while working). But the script should be special. We have not got the special script yet,” Soha said.

Directed by Shivaji Lotan Patil, “October 31st” also stars Vir Das in the lead.

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