Manisha regrets bad choice of films
Mumbai: Actress Manisha Koirala, who is making a comeback with Ram Gopal Varma`s `Bhoot Returns`, has confessed she has made some wrong film choices in her career. She regrets not taking a break.
"I did some films which I should not have done. This is the reason why one should take a break, because I was getting bored with my work. I needed a break," Manisha told reporters here, without naming any films.
"My interest was going away from my work, so I should not have done few films. Had I taken a break at that time, it would have worked for me. Later I took break, but it was much-needed," she added.
Manisha is known for featuring in films like "Saudagar", "1942: A Love Story", "Bombay", "Khamoshi: The Musical" and "Dil Se..". She married businessman Samrat Dahal in 2010, and was last seen on the big screen in Onir`s "I Am".
The actress says she has learnt from her mistakes.
"I realised that any wrong move that happens, one can only learn from it and grow. I do regret I did bad choice of films, but I have learnt from it," the 42-year-old said.
Soon after her wedding, there were reports that her marriage was on doldrums, but Manisha wasn`t keen to open up about her personal life.
"I don`t want to talk about it. This is an area which is very sensitive and I will not talk about it. I am very happy right now. I am in a very good space. I have to grow and maintain balance," she added.
`Bhoot Returns`, releasing Oct 12, also features J.D. Chakravarthy, Madhu Shalini and Alayana Sharma.