"It is her life. She can do what she wants to do. Why should I have anything to do with that? It is between her and her husband. She is a child to me. Why would I have any objections? For me, she can do what she wants to do and I am there to support," Pankaj told media.

Shahid got married to Mira in a closely guarded affair in Delhi last year. Since then speculations are rife about her venturing into Bollywood. In fact, Shahid's spokesperson had to refute reports that Mira will do a cameo in film 'AK vs SK' in September.

Pankaj also confessed that the mention of the word "daughter-in-law" makes him uncomfortable.

The 'Shaandaar' star added: "My children can do what they want to do. When it comes to this whole category of daughter-in-law, I get a little uncomfortable as I treat her like my daughter."  Pankaj, who has explored various mediums for entertainment -- be it films, theatre or television -- shared his views  after attending an event organised by detergent Ariel India on the topic 'Why is laundry only a mother's job?' in Mumbai.

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