Waheeda Rehman `not okay` with making film on her life

Mumbai: Veteran actress Waheeda Rehman, who recently unveiled Nasreen Munni Kabir`s book `Conversations with Waheeda Rehman`, says she is `not okay` if a film is made on her life.

The 76-year-old has featured in several Bollywood classics like `Solvaa Saal`, `Pyasa`, `Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam`, `Bees Saal Baad` and `Guide`, and she has regaled audiences with her graceful dancing skills over the years.

Biopics are a new trend in the Hindi film industry. So, asked if she would be fine with a film on her journey, she said: "I am (over) 75. Now it`s a long journey...it has to be made in four parts. But personally, I am not okay with it."

"I am not fine with it and there is no reason (for it) as such."

In the last decade itself, the actress featured in movies like `Rang De Basanti` and `Delhi-6`. Now she is happy away from the screen.

"How much to work? We should give a chance to others as well. I don`t miss anything...I am happy with myself. I travel a lot, read a lot, meet my friends, like to cook occasionally. I am satisfied with my life," said the veteran actress in an interaction at Sofitel, Mumbai.

She launched `Conversations with Waheeda Rehman`, a longish interview exploring several aspects of her life and career, here Saturday.