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Ayesha leaves a vacuum in Bollywood

Ayesha Takia
Ayesha Takia has been the sweet innocent girl-next-door ever since she made her debut almost four years back. The 'innocent' image has been so dominant that Jag Mohan Mundhra the director of the Indian version of The Forty Year Virgin, where she was supposed to be the lead heroine, is panicking after Ayesha revealed that she intends to settle down and not pursue her career further.

First the other simple girl of B-Town Amrita Rao, walked out of his movie and now Ayesha's retirement plans puts him in a tight spot. He says that innocent girls in B-Town are rare.

Yes, that's very true since everyone wants to be as bold as the Katrinas, the Kanganas, the Priyankas and the Bipashas of B-Town. It's truly easier for women like that out here. Even the likes of Minissha Lamba, Gul Panag, who only did simple girl acts and even Soha Ali Khan, have had sexy makeovers after they made not too many gains being simple and sweet.

Now Ayesha's been lately fighting the flab and has appeared in plenty of inane films like Salaam-e-Ishq, Kya Love Story Hai, Fool and Final, No Smoking, Sunday and De Taali. But in Dor she exhibited her talent, and if there were more chances like that, Ayesha might have shone brighter as an actress.

Since she has a biggie with Salman Khan in the form of Wanted: Dead And Alive and another Nagesh Kuknoor (who brought out the best in her) film Eight by Ten, chances are people might get to see something interesting from this cherubic faced chick again.

And in the world of the not so innocent, the presence of a demure dame is highly required. Ayesha might just realize that and decide to work post marriage too!

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