Mumbai, Sep 26: Bollywood's yesteryear star actor Sridevi says she is against her daughter Jahnavi acting in films at such tender age. Sridevi is making a comeback on silver screen with Gauri Shinde's film "English Vinglish". Speaking to media she says, "It is too early for her to come in films. At various events she comes with me as a daughter, as a friend, as I like to take her along. It does not mean all this (movie debut)." She goes on to add, "She (Jhanvi) is studying right now, she is doing well. I don't want to distract her. I would be definitely the last person to want her to get in the industry at this age."
Stressing that she is not forcing her thoughts on her daughter she says, "It is not that I am trying to push her or she wants to be in limelight. It is unfortunate that people sometimes misunderstand." Sridevi added, "I am very happy that whatever name and fame I have got is due to this industry. I am grateful to the people of the industry and my fans for that. I started working at the age of four, that was a different thing. But now let her (Jhanvi) study properly, she is in class tenth."
Rumors have been doing the rounds since quite some time that Sridevi's elder daughter Jhanvi (around 15 years old) would debut in a Karan Johar film and would also be seen in a Telugu flick, which will be a sequel to Sridevi and Chiranjeevi starrer 'Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka Sundari'. It was later dubbed in Hindi as 'Aadmi Aur Apsara'.