Hema Malini, unlike his Bollywood counterpart, Rishi Kapoor, does not believe that actors and filmmakers who followed their own generation do not respect their elders. The issue of compliance rose when Rishi wrote social media messages of anxiety about how he attended any of the current crop of players (except Abhishek Bachchan and Randeep Hooda) the funeral of veteran actor Vinod Khanna, who died April 27. In response to an incident in which the actor and Aishwarya Rai – both were received at Dadasaheb Phalke awards held in Mumbai last month – Hema says: “After the ceremony, I waited a while for my car arrives. I guess the driver I had realized that Aishwarya was there with me, refusing to go out. When I asked her, “Why are you still here?” She replied: “Aapki Gaadi ANSA to do (Leave the car coming) I go after that “Aishwarya has even become the Hema goalkeeper for a time .. and helped manage the crowd around him.” There were so many people trying to click on the pictures and tried to take Autofotos. [Aishwarya] beware of being pushed or dragged by them. Then, after [my] car came up, he opened the door, assured me he was sitting inside the car, and only then moved to his car, he was waiting a moment, “he recalls.
Touched by the Aishwarya gesture, Hema, 68, believes that younger actors or filmmakers “understand and respect the legends of the industry.” I was so excited about it “said Hema how Aishwarya kept his business and also managed the amateur enthusiasts are under control.” Now who would do such a thing? This shows that there is a great respect and respect for me. I do not know if everyone in the industry is like her, but there are people who, like Aishwarya, understand and respect the people who occupy them. I do not think it’s fair to say that everyone is the same. “