"The movie just happened to me and that too on my birthday. It was such a perfect birthday gift. There are lists of film makers you wish to work with and Sooraj Barjatya is an obvious choice for the top spot. In fact I asked Soorajji, what made him so sure that I could perform the part of 'Chandni'," said Eesha.
And what did he say?
"Soorajji had apparently seen my films like Pinjar and also observed the look I carried in Darling. He really believed that I was a good fit and was quite clear in his mind how he wanted to project me in Ek Vivaah Aisa Bhi. I am plain fortunate that I get to play a role like this in the film since earlier I never got an opportunity to reveal this facet of mine," she said.
Getting a little philosophical, she said thoughtfully, "I don't really ponder much about some of my earlier films that may not have worked. Hello worked, Darling didn't. Ultimately I love working; I am passionate about films. I don't think about what has happened in the past and what would happen next. I am a strong believer of '"Karmanyeva adhikarasya Ma faleshu Kadaachana". That's the 'mantra' of my life!"