Bipasha doesn’t want her next to be known as a “comeback”

Amrita Tanna

Senior Editor


With news that Bipasha Basu Singh Grover is set to return to the screens, the actress has revealed that she’s not in favour of her next project to be branded her “comeback”.

Talking to Hindustan Times, she said, “I know people will do that [call it a comeback] the minute I sign or announce my next project. Yes, I don’t really care about what they have to say, but it will be wrong. You know it will be a comeback if one has been out of the film business. I wasn’t out of the industry. I was getting projects, and I was a part of few of them, which didn’t release, or start for some reason. That’s why, whatever my next project will be, it will not be a comeback”.

It seems Bipasha also isn’t a fan of other tags that are often used. She adds, “I hate these labels like women-centric films or item dance numbers. I mean a film is a film. Just because a woman is at the centre of it, it doesn’t become a women-centric film. You don’t call a film, centred around a hero, a male-centric film. So why only target films that have women as protagonists?”

There have been rumours lately that she will be sharing the screen with husband Karan Singh Grover again but nothing has been confirmed as yet.