Tusshar Kapoor, who became a father to son Laksshya through in-vitro fertilisation procedure last year, says the 14-month-old doesn’t have much separation anxiety. The actor is often on sets for shooting, and the little one knows when it’s time to say goodbye to his father.
“He is okay when I am leaving. He doesn’t have too much separation anxiety. From the time the movie (‘Golmaal Again’) started, I would have him on sets. He knows the time when I am going. I spend my time with him in the morning. When I say goodbye, he understands. Sometimes, when I am there with him, he is extra naughty. He should be used to separation also,” Tusshar, who brought his son for the shooting of the Rohit Shetty directorial, told select media.
“I have to make him used to travelling more and more. He has to be flexible to changes in schedules and plans,” he added.
Since he has been on the set of the upcoming film twice, does that mean Laksshya will make his acting debut in “Golmaal Again”? “No. He (Tusshar) is quite protective because of the weather. He (Laksshya) has been throughout the film with him. Sometimes he comes on the sets, otherwise he is in the hotel,” said Shetty, who is making the fourth part of the “Golmaal” series.