Tanaaz Currim Iraani has every reason to be happy. First marriage and now a baby boy .
"Zeus is a blend of both Bhaktiyaar and me. He has my nose and Bhaktiyaar's lips," says she about her one-month-old bundle of joy.
Even on the professional front, Iraani has struck gold. Her directorial debut on stage, Daddy Cool, has turned out to be a resounding success. How was the experience?
"I was pregnant then and my hormones were all over the place. So this question should be posed to my actors who were at my mercy," she laughs.
Iraani is now planning her next play but this time she intends to produce and not direct. It will be a supper theatre with performances in hotels and restaurants. But neither she nor husband Bhakthiyaar will be acting in it.
"It's about relationships and I'm looking for actors who have no inhibitions," she points out. Iraani, however, wants to get back to acting.
"Directing is tough. Acting is much easier," she smiles. She also wants to return to the tube. But only on an anchor-based show or as a strong negative character.