Chandigarh, Dec 21(ANI): Daughter of renowned Bollywood actor Raj babbar, Juhi Babbar, has earned name and fame on both big and small screens.
The actor, who made her debut with 'Kaash Aap Hamare Hote' in 2003, is currently busy with a comedy show 'Ghar Ki Baat Hai'.
"I do films rarely because I don't get good films and I feel that theatre gives me creative satisfaction, so why should I compromise and give less time to it for doing films, which will neither satisfy me nor give me a feeling that I have grown as an artist. I don't have passion for money and fame, but I have done one Punjabi film named 'Yaraan Naal Baharan' directed by Manmohan Singh ji that I enjoyed very much," Juhi said.
"That film will always remain close to my heart and the reason is that it was a Punjabi film and it is my desire to do more Punjabi films in future. The film did a good business and it feels good when people associate me with it," she added.
She further supported the Punjabi film industry, and said: "I don't think that the Punjabi films don't do good business, but I feel if the film is good, it will do good business because there is big Punjabi audience in Punjab, all over India and overseas. And if the film is good, people will definitely watch it because people residing abroad pine for their culture and language, so if the product is good and made with sincerity, it will do good business."
Juhi said that Punjabi film industry is also a big medium, which has provided popularity to scores of people, including her father.
"Sometimes I feel little disappointed that Hindi cinema is so much dependent on Punjabi culture. There are number of big personalities in the film industry, who have gained popularity for being a Punjabi but if you look back those people who have got recognition in the world because of their religion, they have done nothing for the Punjabi language," Juhi said.
Talking about her future plans, she said: I plans of doing good theatre, writing good scripts and doing some good work with children." (ANI)