'I'd like her to continue working for very selfish reasons. I'm her biggest fan and love watching her on screen. The choice is entirely hers, of course. I'd never ever impose my wish on her. But if she asks me I'd certainly want her to go on with her work,' Abhishek told IANS.
Aishwarya is on the vrge of completing two
projects. In Ram Gopal Varma's 'Sarkar Raj' her work is almost done,
and for Ashutosh Gowariker's 'Jodhaa-Akbar' she needs to shoot a song.
But considering she has her husband and his family to look after, would her workload be decreased?
'No. As it is, she never did too much work at the same time. I'd like her to continue with her career and do the volume and kind of work that makes her happy. As her co-star I must say I want her to continue. Beacause she's a wonderful co-star ad a thorough professional on the sets,' said Abhishek.
'However, certain legalities have come into play after marriage. Whatever she's required to call herself, she will. I'm sure she'll do what the law requires. As for her name in the credits, I'd enjoy an Aishwarya film no matter what she calls herself.'
The actress has green-lighted Suniel Shetty's 'Raasta' with Abhishek and John Abraham in the lead.