Bipasha’s clinical approach towards films

Bipasha Basu’s first huge film of the year “Players” bombed at the box office, but this hasn’t affected her career. She has moved on.
“I am very clinical towards my films. Once the film is released, I am disconnected. Move on to your next because that’s your next passion that you work for. You can just about work in a film, promote it…post that you can’t do anything and after that you have to move on,” she said.
However, she confessed that she regrets doing few films in the beginning of her career.
“I don’t think I have made too many mistakes. I pretty much loved the experience of every film that I have worked on. It’s just for the couple of few in the first three years I have done some bizarre work like ‘Ishq Hai Tumse’, ‘Gunaah’, ‘Nehle Pe Dehla’ and ‘Rudraksh’…I don’t want to see them also,” she said.

Bipasha-Basu3Bipasha Basu’s first huge film of the year “Players” bombed at the box office, but this hasn’t affected her career. She has moved on.

“I am very clinical towards my films. Once the film is released, I am disconnected. Move on to your next because that’s your next passion that you work for. You can just about work in a film, promote it…post that you can’t do anything and after that you have to move on,” she said.

However, she confessed that she regrets doing few films in the beginning of her career.

“I don’t think I have made too many mistakes. I pretty much loved the experience of every film that I have worked on. It’s just for the couple of few in the first three years I have done some bizarre work like ‘Ishq Hai Tumse’, ‘Gunaah’, ‘Nehle Pe Dehla’ and ‘Rudraksh’…I don’t want to see them also,” she said.

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