Slowly, but steadily, Bipasha has certainly moved up the ladder and is now one of the most formidable female actors around. With an author-backed character in race, she has surprised quite a few (and even her detractors) as she enacts one of the most complex roles of her career after Jism.
As a woman who juggles between the two men (Saif Ali Khan and Akshaye Khanna) and doesn't give her audience a clue around which side does she truly belong to, Bipasha's character changes colours as a chameleon. For a lesser actor, it would have been quite a challenge to get her body beautiful being noticed to the same extent as the complex character she portrays, but Bipasha truly comes out trumps with a controlled act throughout the film's narrative.
Though Bipasha did impress with her debut flick Ajnabee, reached a certain high with Jism and consolidated her status as a dependable actor with No Entry, Corporate and Omkara, race would certainly be recognized as one of her best enacted films ever in her 7 year career.
We are looking forward to her Bachna Ae Haseenon and Pankh now!