New Interview with PZ

Narendra Modi should be the PM of India


• You are looking like a million bucks after having lost so much weight. Raaz kya hai?
I hit the gym frequently. I exercise for one hour, five times a week. I am back from a skiing trip, so that too has helped. Also, I am going to face the camera very soon (smiles).

• Do you follow any dos and don’ts to maintain your figure?
Don’t eat anything and everything on weekdays. Eat on time. As for non-vegetarian food, I eat meat and chicken. I binge on Sundays- be it parathas, butter, paani puri or even Chinese food.

• You said you are getting ready to face the camera again. Is it for the Yash Raj Films? (Mumbai Mirror first broke the story on January 8, 2009)
(Does not answer)

• But not so long ago, you had told us that you want to be very selective as far as your roles are concerned.
That was last year. Every year I have a new mindset.

• What do you think about the recent releases?
I have been out of town. I only saw Slumdog Millionaire at the premiere and it’s an outstanding film. And I am ashamed to see in the film what our politicians have done to Mumbai- come live in the slums, vote for me and don’t forget that I brought you to Mumbai. And I know that all that Danny Boyle has shown is true. I will pray that A R Rahman wins an Oscar.

• You are known for openly talking about certain issues.
Now, I am sad and embarrassed to tell people that I am from Mumbai. I want to use this interview as a platform to tell people not to vote for politicians who are out to only create vote banks.

I want to know why so many illegal migrants are living in Mumbai? The other day somebody told me that a certain politician brings people in trucks and makes them stay all over the city. Why are Mumbaikars taking this.

• Do you plan to enter politics?
More than one party has asked me to stand in the forthcoming elections but I have no interest in politics. Every political party is the same. I am open to supporting someone but not a party. I don’t support Hindu Muslim politics. I certainly don’t support what happened in Godhra.

Even Narendra Modi must have realised this and it won’t happen again. Till last year, I didn’t support Modi but today I support him with all my heart. He should be India’s Prime Minister.

Look at how he has administered Gujarat. Every politician has something bad to his name but Modi is one politician who also has something good to his name. If we have five states like Gujarat, India will shine.

• Is marriage to Ness Wadia on the cards?
I didn’t hear you. What did you say? (shakes her head and laughs)



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