Monday, November 13, 2006
Tulip Joshi who made a dream debut in Yashraj films Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi and followed it up with critically acclaimed performance in Matrubhumi, will be making a comeback again in Shunya opposite Nasseruddin Shah, written by Anurag Kashyap and in a glamorous role in Hostel directed by Manish Gupta, the writer of Sarkar, D etc.
And since her comeback after a back injury, Tulip has been inundated with offers. She has recently signed a multiple film deal with Sanjay Gupta's 'White feather films.' She would begin the first film with them in portraying an author backed role in the short story 'Dus Kahaniyan' which will be on floor later this month, followed by another big project from the production early next year.
Tulip seems quite confident of making a come back in Bollywood. Says Tulip "I have an unusual face being of mixed origin. Therefore I can carry an Indian and a Non-Indian look. At one end I have acted in a Yashraj film Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi and the other end I have also done a hard hitting film like Matrubhumi. I can adopt myself easily in glamorous as well as non- glamorous role. And I want to cash on this"
She adds "The film industry is so addictive and gets you like a bug. Once it's in, it's difficult to get out. And I'm so happy to be back again and will be thoroughly focused in my career. Saying that, I would also add that I don't mind doing 'Item' numbers, I'm happy being part of films. But I don't believe in nudity and won't indulge in skin show just for the heck of it. But if the character is important, I would try and figure it out".
Besides being associated with Sanjay Gupta banner, Tulip has also been in talks with big banner producers. She will be making an announcement on another biggie soon!
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