After a hiatus of eight years, actor Ayesha Jhulka, the main woman of many movies in the ’90s period is returning to Bollywood with filmmaker Anil Sharma’s Genius. The 45-year-old, who had gained hearts because the girl-next-door in Aamir Khan’s Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992) or as a college-goer in Khiladi, skilled stardom at an early age, which can be, to some extent, a reason behind regret for her. “I went with the flow. Honestly, I regret it slightly that I couldn’t live those years as a normal person and was only working. I don’t regret getting into films. I enjoyed myself thoroughly,” says the actor, who was solely 19 when she obtained the provide to play the lead in Kurbaan (1991).
Ayesha at all times wished to be an actor, which justifies her early begin in showbiz. “As a kid, I used to watch a lot of films,” recollects Ayesha, including, “My grandmom got me my first VCD player. I used to be glued to TV all the time. My parents were very liberal. I studied fashion designing and was set to make a career in it. That’s when I received my first film offer.” The provide added wings to her goals and she or he even obtained help from her household. “I could see my visions coming to life, but I was too young at that time,” says Ayesha, who was final seen in the musical, ADA… A Way of Life (2010).
Recently, choreographer Saroj Khan spoke about how casting sofa is a actuality in Bollywood. Ask Ayesha, if she had confronted comparable incidents, when she entered the movie world, and she or he says, “I’ve been out of the lucky few and had complete support. It’s very important that you are not left alone to struggle. In those times and age, my dad took premature retirement to be with us; my mother shifted to Mumbai and my sister joined a college there. Had they not taken such steps, I would have had a different journey.”
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