Soha was well-praised for her role in the movie Rang De Basanti (2006) which fetched her IIFA and GIFA awards as best supporting actress. However, the royal lady seems somewhat dissatisfied with her growth graph in the industry in comparison to other counterparts and she supposedly puts the blame on her debut film Dil Maange More (2004). The 35-years-old actress says, "I still don't know why I chose to make my debut with Dil Maange More. It was definitely a wrong decision."
Soha who is currently dating actor Kunal Khemu further added, "I was fresh to Bollywood at that time and had no idea about hero-heroine dynamics in India."
Although Soha is still unsure as to why she picked up the film but she could hint on one reason for the 2004 'mistake'. She found the role to be progressive as the heroine in the film chooses a career over her boyfriend, yet Soha was quick to add that the decision proved terrible.
Se further added, "when I was asked to choose a character out of the three roles in Dil Maange More, I chose Neha because she is ambitious. At a tender age of 21 years she chooses career over her boyfriend. But it was a wrong decision because in Hindi films, actresses keep their partners over any other thing," said the War Chhod Na Yaar actress.
With all said and done, it can be supposed that Soha is attributing her 'not so successful' Bollywood career to her launching flick Dil Maange More which had three ladies in the lead role, including Soha, Tulip Joshi and Ayesha Takia opposite to Shahid Kapoor.
Nevertheless, Soha who has a couple of upcoming films in her pocket like Tera Kya Hoga Jhony, Chaurahen- Crossroads, Life Goes On and Chemistry expressed gladness that Hindi films have developed over time and she is blessed to play strong roles. Well Soha, as a common proverb goes 'All is well that ends well' and now as you claiming better roles than '2004 Neha', we can hope that you do not need to repent ever again.