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My personal life is not in public domain:Emraan Hashmi
Actor Emraan Hashmi, who is receiving rave reviews for \'The Kiss of Life: How A Superhero and My Son Defeated Cancer\', a book that talks about his family’s struggle with his son Ayaan’s cancer treatment, says he doesn’t like to share every detail of his personal life with public.
Actor Emraan Hashmi, who is receiving rave reviews for 'The Kiss of Life: How A Superhero and My Son Defeated Cancer', a book that talks about his family’s struggle with his son Ayaan’s cancer treatment, says he doesn’t like to share every detail of his personal life with public.
“I wasn’t nervous about sharing my personal life while writing this book. I don’t get nervous about these things. But I’m reluctant to share my personal life because that’s my ideology as I segregate my personal life and my profession,” Emraan told.
“I respect people around me like family members and friends. They are not glamorous people. So, I keep their things (privacy) intact. But for this (book) I call the consent of my wife (Parveen) because this was larger than our problem and we were trying to go out and share personal experiences with people,” added Emraan, best known for his roles in films like 'Murder', 'Jannat' and 'Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai'.
Born in February 2010, Ayaan, the first child of Emraan and wife Parveen Shahani, was diagnosed with first stage cancer at the age of four in early 2014. Emraan, who has co-written the book with author Bilal Siddiqi, said the idea of writing a book never came to my mind until author Hussain Zaidi asked him to do it.