Mumbai, October 7 (CINEWS): Her last wide screen excursion was in 2010, however avoiding the cameras doesn’t influence a performing artist’s specialty, says Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, whose new film “Jazbaa” will hit theaters on Friday.
Is it safe to say that she was nervous about the confronting the camera for the film after a break?
“Today I’m stating it with experience…once an artiste, dependably an artiste,” Aishwarya let us know here.
“Individuals take an excursion, individuals take breaks… we are on-screen characters, who make one film in two years, and we are asked ‘You are doing a film after so long, how would you feel’…there are performing artists who do a film once in two years…so this likewise happens,” she included.
Aishwarya, who was most recently seen on the wide screen in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s directorial “Guzaarish,” will be seen attempting the part of a legal counselor debilitated to battle the instance of a criminal in “Jazbaa.”
Offered that she took a reprieve from movies to take care of her little girl Aaradhya, Aishwarya said she could identify with the part better in the wake of being a mother.
“I would’ve picked this script even five years ago…but the contrast in the middle of then and today is that today I am a mother…so the way I would’ve had influence five years back would have been acting differently. While today, I am a parent, a mother.
“Along these lines, when I played Anuradha Varma (the character), I realize what a mother is encountering,” Aishwarya said.
“Jazbaa” which is a Hindi revamping of South Korean motion picture “Seven Days,” is created by Essel Vision, White Feather Films and Viking Entertainment