Actress Shilpa Shetty says that if a project is not delayed, there is nothing wrong with no-pregnancy clause for actresses.
"I don't think there is anything wrong with the clause. At the end of the day, we all are here to work and a lot of money is riding on the actors," Shilpa told reporters during the press conference of "Dishkiyaoon".
"Yes, I can understand if the project goes on till four to five years, then it's not acceptable. But if you sign a project for a year or so, then I think it's fine. I personally feel there is nothing wrong with the (no) pregnancy clause," said the actress, who has turned producer with "Dishkiyaoon".
Whether no-pregnancy clause be included in an actress's contract became a topic of discussion ever since the rumours of Vidya Balan's pregnancy surfaced, although the actress has denied the reports.
Asked about her role as a producer, Shilpa said: "There is a lot of pressure on producers. I have to touch Sunny's feet who has managed to produce so many films. So far, the experience has been great and I am still learning a lot of things."
Meanwhile, the 38-year-old, who is on a break from acting, said she will take two more years to face the camera.
"I have always been connected to the industry. At the moment I am too busy as my son is too small. I will take two more years to face the camera," said Shilpa, who is married to businessman Raj Kundra. Their son will turn two in May this year.