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Kiran Rao is waiting for the release of her next directorial ‘Laapataa Ladies.’ The film will release in theatres on March 1. In a recent interview, Kiran opened up about life after divorce from Aamir. The filmmaker said she and her former husband have a great equation even today and they have never fought in life.

Kiran Rao will mark her comeback as a director with the forthcoming ‘Laapataa Ladies.’ When asked about working with Aamir after their separation. For the unversed, Aamir’s production has backed the project.

While talking about their equation, Rao said, “Anyone who is married will tell you marriage has its challenges. And certainly, I have had my share of fights and we have dealt with things. But actually, Aamir and I have never really fought, it is very strange. We have our disagreements, but we never have big



fights."

Having said that, the filmmaker added that the two respect and understand each other. "It is also because I think we (herself and Aamir) respect each other a lot. We understand each other quite well, it is just a case of finding the right argument to convince the other person or to be convinced. Our relationship is like that; and we are both not too proud to agree (with each other). And that is one of the advantages of having been in this marriage. We never saw any turbulence of the kind that a lot of people go through. We have had our share of ups and downs, but never anything that I could term even vaguely antagonistic, Kiran said.

Meanwhile, ‘Laapataa Ladies' is Kiran Rao's second directorial venture after the 2010-film 'Dhobhi Ghat'. Her second film will release in theatres on March 1. The film's cast includes Nitanshi Goel, Pratibha Rantra, Sparsh Shrivastava and Chhaya Kadam, among others.
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