I would like to see Mahesh on screen: Lara Dutta

Lara DuttaI would like to see Mahesh on screen: Lara Dutta

Bollywood star Lara Dutta would like to see her tennis star husband Mahesh Bhupathi on the silver screen.

"I would like to see Mahesh on the screen but I don't think he will ever come in front of the camera," said the former miss universe.

Bhupathi married Lara in February, 2011. The couple was blessed with a daughter in January, 2012.

Talking about her 15-month old daughter, Saira, the actress said, "Motherhood is quite challenging. Everyday is a whole new adventure with your child. I absolutely love it and my daughter is a happy and independent kid. We are extremely happy to have her in our lives."

Lara, who launched Samsung's new phone Galaxy S4 here, considers herself a very tech savvy person.

"I have to be honest, I can't live without my phone. It's my first child so we are trying to capture every moment of her life and want to make as many videos as possible."

Lara started her Bollywood journey with Priyanka Chopra in Andaaz. She has been part of commercially successful films like No Entry , Kaal, Partner and Housefull among others.

Chalo Dilli was Lara's first venture as a producer. The film starred Lara and Vinay Pathak in the lead roles.

On its sequel, she said, "We are only contemplating things at this moment so there is nothing in the pipeline as of now. I would love to do a sequel but if something shapes up then we will announce it."

Her production house Big Daddy productions is currently busy with two films which will go on floor in August and December respectively.

Lara was last seen in Bejoy Nambiar's action-thriller film David.

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