Kolkata: Bollywood starlet Amisha Patel has saluted activist Anna Hazare for his fight against corruption and hoped his efforts would yield the desired results.
"Whatever he is doing is great. I salute him for that. I sincerely hope and wish that all his fasting and protesting does yield the desired results," said Amisha Tuesday.
Hazare`s fast at New Delhi`s Ramlila Maidan for a stringent anti-corruption law entered its eighth day Tuesday.
Amisha, 36, who was here to launch a spa, scotched speculation that she was planning to foray into the small screen.
"Yes, I accept that the small screen is now no more small. Big and established stars are all joining the bandwagon. But for me it`s a no. I have not been approached for any television programme as I am busy with my upcoming Bollywood projects," said she.
Amisha, who has shared screen space with major heroes like Hrithik Roshan and Salman Khan, is yet to establish herself in the industry in spite of being part of two record breaking movies - "Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai" and "Gadar-Ek Prem Katha" with Sunny Deol.
After her brother Asmit featured in the reality TV show "Bigg Boss", there has been speculation of producers approaching her. "Yes, there are such rumors but let me make it very clear, I have not been approached for any TV show whatsoever."
About her upcoming projects, Amisha said: "There are four movies in the pipeline. One is directed by Priyadarshan and produced by my production house, then there is `Race 2` by director-duo Abbas-Mustan, another directed by David Dhawan and one more yet undecided."