Mumbai: Actress Esha Gupta debuted in Bollywood with the movie Jannat 2. The model-turned-actress is once again sharing screen space with Emraan Hashmi in Vikram Bhatt's upcoming movie Raaz 3. She looks up to the actor as her mentor and she could not stop praising him.
In an interview to PTI Esha Gupta said, "I love Emraan. I was really scared of him during 'Jannat'. He, as a person, is very quite. During Jannat, he used to give his scenes as a piece of cake and I would be looking at him. The moment he used to react I was like tongue tied. I had no idea what I was doing. But he is really sweet."
The actress added, "He was like calm down.. I have done worse than you in my first few films. I thought he is joking. But it was during the promotions of Jannat when Mahesh Bhatt told me... in his initial films Emraan used to give 30-40 takes, I was like I am not that bad then. He is quite like my mentor he has given me a lot of tips."
Post Jannat 2, Esha Gupta has gone very busy and has been shooting for films like Raaz 3, Prakash Jha's Chakravyuh and and Bhatt's film. Talking about the routine, she said, "I am maintaining myself still the same way. The only thing that has changed is that life has become more hectic. My day starts at 5 am and gets over at 10.30 pm. Its a long day but I love it. I can't sit idle. I think somewhere we start ignoring our family more because we don't get time. But I must say life is only getting better and better."
Talking about her role in Raaz 3, Esha Gupta says, "I am playing an actress in the film. My character's name is Sanjana Krishna. She is shown as a young new girl, who has entered the industry and has just completed two years or so and she has taken over the industry. Everybody wants to work with her. She has got all the fame in a very young age and there are people who have tried to pull her down."
Raaz 3, which is releasing on September 7, dares to touch the fear of falling down from heights of success and touches the fear which entertainers live with. Esha Gupta said, "The film was actually shot in 3D and it was a lot of fun. It was a different learning experience for me. Normally, the shots which get wrapped up by 30-35 days that went on till 80-90 days. But I had a great team and we had great fun."