‘I don’t want to do any films which I can’t watch with my kids’

These days Ajay Devgn is basking in the glory of the success of his film Golmaal Again. The actor has stated that he only agrees to do films if they appeal to the younger generation. When asked how he had dabbled in adult-humour in his 2011 film Rascals, he clarified, "That was the only mistake (I made), and I learnt from it. That had some double-meaning dialogues, and the kind of response I got for it, from the audience was, 'We don't expect this from you, because after Golmaal and Singham, kids go to watch your films'. That's when I decided I will not do something which you can't watch with your family. I have kids (daughter Nysa and son Yug) at home, so I don't want to do any films which I can't watch with them." When asked why he agreed to do yet another instalment of Golmaal, he said, "It's a brand which people love. You can only make a franchise work when the characters in the film work big-time. The audiences love the Golmaal characters – they know that Johnny Lever will forget, Tusshar [Kapoor] will not speak, I will break fingers – everyone, especially the kids love it. But when you rework a script, everything changes and it excites you again."