Isha set for a come­back

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Khal­las Girl Isha

Kop­pikar (right), who siz­zled on-screen with some foot-tap­ping num­bers and worked in a va­ri­ety of films, has been miss­ing from Bol­ly­wood for four years. But now, the ac­tor is all set to make a come­back with a new pro­ject.

The film also stars Chashme Bad­door ac­tor Divyendu Sharma. The first look of the film was re­vealed re­cently. When asked about the rea­son for choos­ing this as her come­back film, she said: “If I’ve cho­sen a film af­ter four years, then it is this one be­cause it is a fab script.”

The film is di­rected by Ankur Bha­tia. About the di­rec­tor and script, she said: “Firstly, when a di­rec­tor gives a nar­ra­tion, from that you come to know of his vi­sion and po­ten­tial. In the last one and a half years, what­ever scripts I had short­listed or con­sid­ered had cer­tain is­sues due to which I dropped them. There were no such is­sues with this one.”

She adds, “The script is of to­day, is youth-cen­tric and a hard­core drama. It is a dif­fer­ent script and it rang a bell for me. There was a lot to per­form and it had

ev­ery­thing. There is re­venge, ro­mance and story span­ning across five decades.”

Isha’s last no­table film was Shabri (2011), pro­duced by Ram Gopal Varma.

PHOTO: AFP

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