Adil Hussain doesn't let money dominate decisions

New Delhi, Oct 21 : Actor Adil Hussain, who has acted with films like "English Vinglish" and "Ishqiya", considers his family to be important. But he doesn't let the need to run his house to take over his decision while choosing films.

"I am open to any interesting role. But the script needs to be well crafted and role should be challenging also. But you need time to work too. Sometimes, you need to think of family," Adil, who likes to cook for his wife and son, told IANS.

"Do you have enough money to run the family? We need to balance the whole thing. But I don't allow money to dominate my decisions," he added.

He is currently busy with movies like "Feast Of Varanasi" and "Sunrise".

--IANS (Posted on 21-10-2013)

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