"I am really Bheja Fried right now" says Minissha Lamba
MyBangalore.com caught up with actress Minissha Lamba prior to her movie release.
Actress Minissha Lamba is extremely paranoid with a few happenings in her life, and trying to remain as positive as she can. After a brief lull in her career, actress Minissha Lamba seems to be going places. With a surprising red-carpet appearance at Cannes last month, the lass has Bheja Fry 2 in the pipeline, which is slated for a next week release.
Actress Minissha Lamba is certainly a busy bee, the damsel is amidst shifting a house, and is leaving no stone unturned in promoting the film and yes she is also making her rounds at the Customs office. Unfortunately, the actress couldn’t even bask in the happiness of making a debut at Cannes for long. “Well I guess it’s karmic, just like the movie I am totally Bheja Fried right now with everything happening around,” says the actress who still has some paper work pending at the customs office.
Tough her life is all topsy turvy the actress is not letting it affect her even though it is putting a cloud on her happiness. The simple reason being, “I had a fantastic time at Cannes. Bollywood is really recognized worldwide and is a multi-billion dollar industry. And to represent Bollywood on an international forum was definitely a big personal achievement for me,” she says who is ecstatic about her forthcoming release.
“I was so looking forward to watch Bheja Fry 1 as an audience and to be a part of the sequel is definitely a big thing for me,” she says who plays the role of an executive producer of a reality show in the film. “Reality Shows are mushrooming in a huge way in our country. It is a great platform to see talented people from all across the country and showcase their talents. The winner becomes a celebrity overnight,” she says who is confident that the film will be well received.
Once the movie is released Minissha wants to take it easy for a while. “There is so much happening in my life right now, that I certainly deserve the ‘I, me and myself’ time. And that’s when I want catch up on normal things that any girl of my age would do. I love to dance and I really want to learn to play the guitar,” she says who has just wrapped the work for Hum Tum Aur Shabana.