Mumbai: Veteran actress Kirron Kher hopes that "Tere Bin Laden 2" does work wonders for her son Sikander, who has so far failed to make a mark in Bollywood.
Sikander is Kirron's son with her first husband Gautam Berry. She is now married to actor Anupam Kher.
When asked if the couple plans to relaunch Sikander, Kirron said: "We don't have any plans as such. Waqt se pehle aur kismat se zyada kisiko kuch nahi milta (before time and more than destiny, nobody gets anything)."
"Now he is doing 'Tere Bin Laden 2'. Let us see how it works. The makers are very happy with his work and so is Sikander. Let's hope this film works for him," Kirron told reporters here.
Sikander made his Bollywood debut with "Woodstock Villa" in 2008. He was later seen in "Summer 2007", "Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey", "Players" and "Aurangzeb".
Meanwhile, Kirron is busy promoting her forthcoming film "Total Siyappa" in which she will be seen sharing screen space with her husband Anupam.
"Anupam is very easy going person and he likes to live and let live. He doesn't get into my space and neither does he like it if someone gets into his space.
"We were very comfortable working with each other in this film. Anupam has a guest appearance in it," she said.
Directed by E. Niwas, "Total Siyappa" also features Ali Zafar and Yami Gautam.