It's always nice to have family around you when you are playing at the big events and, of course, she (Saira) is going to be there. So hopefully, I'll be able to take her around
Tennis player Mahesh Bhupathi, who is busy preparing for the London Olympics beginning July 27, turns to Bollywood films and songs for some relaxation.
When asked about his favourite Bollywood song that helps him unwind, the 38-year-old said, "I don't really sing but the last movie I saw was 'Bol Bachchan' and I thought it was very funny. New song from 'Cocktail', 'Tum hi ho bandhu' is also a stress buster."
Bhupathi is married to actress Lara Dutta and they own production house "Big Daddy Productions".
The star player is currently looking forward to London Olympics and says he is happy that his six-month-old daughter Saira will be with him during the Games.
"It's always nice to have family around you when you are playing at the big events and, of course, she (Saira) is going to be there. So hopefully, I'll be able to take her around," he said.
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