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Ajay Devgn walks red carpet at LIFF with daughter Nysa

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Ajay Devgn walks red carpet at LIFF with daughter Nysa (800x619)

Bollywood actor-filmmaker Ajay Devgn and his daughter Nysa walked hand-in-hand on the red carpet of London Indian Film Festival (LIFF). 13-year-old Nysa, is Ajay and his actress wife Kajol’s daughter. The couple also has a son, Yug.

The father-daughter duo attended the LIFF opening night at Cineworld Cinemas. The 47-year-old “Drishyam” actor was dressed in a black suit and his daughter, who made her red carpet debut, looked pretty in a navy blue, off-shoulder dress.

“Empowering the girl child. Walking the red carpet with my power besides me. She’s my true strength #MyGirlMyStrength,” Devgn posted alongside a picture of his daughter from the red carpet.

In its seventh edition, London Indian Film Festival, which is known as the largest event of South Asian movies, will have film screenings across London and Birmingham. The festival runs until 24th July.

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Kajol Third time unlucky?

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After two failed comeback attempts, Kajol got a third chance when hubby Ajay Devgn bought the rights of the 2014 Malayalam hit ‘How Old Are You’.

The actress who has been on a break since the birth of the couple's son, Yug, in 2010, was to topline the cast of its Hindi remake.

Kajol Sultry

Kajol Sultry

According to a report, the hitch is that Ajay wants a Bollywood director to helm the project, while the director of the original, Rosshan Andrrews has a clause in the contract with the film's producer Listin Stephen, which gives him the 'first right' to direct its remakes.

Andrrews even met Ajay and they discussed this issue before he flew off to Canada last week, the report said.

Gossip has it that Ajay wants Ashwini Dheer, who directed ‘Son Of Sardaar’, to wield the megaphone, and so now there’s a rift. It’s doubtful that Kajol will be in this film now.

Earlier, Kajol was set to return to the big screen with a film which was an Indian adaptation of the Dutch TV series Penoza.

Prior to that, the actress had considered Rensil D'Silva's 27-episode fiction show, which revolved around a single mother living in a joint family in Delhi. But the actress demanded too high a premium, which the channel wasn't willing to cough up.

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