It has been noticed well that when people have many options to chose from for their career they become actors. It's the same with Minissha Lamba. Since her childhood she had only dream-career of becoming a war-reporter. It was not possible and at last she became an actress in Bollywood.
Now a days she is really happy as what she couldn't achieve in her real life she can now enjoy in her reel life. In Samar Khan's Shaurya Minissha is portraying a war-reporter. It's not all that we have to tell you about Minisha's career options. As we all know that there always been an inspiration behind what one wishes to be. In case with Minisha there was a reporter named Christiane Amanpour, the million dollar war reporter of CBS News and CNN.
Christiane is famous for her reports of Persian Gulf War as well as the reports of Bosnian War. Many times she faced controversies because of her so-called biased reports. But she continued her job and due to her reports of tensed war-zones of Kashmir, Czechoslovakia, as well as Middle East countries she achieved incomparable fame. Now a days she is spending time helping others and sharing her own loneliness.
Of late we see ladies engaged in film journalism or can witness actresses acting as reporters in films. But we don't realize that we require ladies to work as reporters in different sectors like crime, politics, sports, economics and of course international news.
Well, that's what Minissha thinks. Why? It's only because she thinks women work better as neutral reporters and they can bring the humane part of the news to the front. Well, one must remember that before Minissha, Preity Zinta has also played the role of the war-reporter in the film Lakshya. Now we have to wait to watch Minissha in Shaurya to settle on whether she really can feel what she says