Mumbai, June 22 (IANS) Farah Khan says she is enjoying the role of a judge on Sony TV's variety show "Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega" because it is a "cushy job".
"My house is very close to the sets of the show. Even my children come here and play and everyone is so warm on the sets. So judging this show really makes it a cushy job," Farah, who is judging the show alongwith Annu Malek, told IANS over phone from Mumbai.
Earlier, Farah judged music reality show "Indian Idol" with Annu but says judging this show is easier as there is no third judge to cause confusion.
"I am glad we are just two people on the judging panel and most often there's hardly any difference of opinion between us. I am happy there is no third person to interfere with a different opinion on performances," she said.
Sikander rarely follows my advice, says mother Kirron Kher
Actress Kirron Kher, who is set to be a judge on Colors' new reality show "India's Got Talent", says she guides her son Sikander for his Bollywood career often, but he turns a deaf ear to her advice.
"My son is quite independent but I am protective about him. Whenever he asks for my advice, I do help him but he also gets a lot of unasked advice and guidance from me, which is rarely followed. It happens all the time," Kirron told IANS.
Sikander made a dull start with films like "Woodstock Villa" and "Summer 2007" and he stayed away from the limelight after these films.
Direction is my extension of being an actor: Rohit Roy
Bollywood actor Rohit Roy, who made his directorial debut in 2007 with a film in the anthology "Dus Kahaniyaan", says direction for him is an extension of being an actor.
"As a creative person, I want to do as much as I can - acting, direction, hosting, dancing, singing - whatever comes my way. But direction is something I always wanted to do - it's my extension of being an actor," he told IANS.
Rohit has been quite a multi-tasker in his career. Though he started as a television actor and went on to do movies, he also tried his luck on a dancing show as well as hosting it twice.