As to why she particularly chose RGV’s film over other offers, Manisha says, “It was primarily because of Ramu. I worked with him in Company (2002), which was one of the finest films I have ever done.”
The actor also insists that Bhoot Returns is not her comeback film. “While I have other commitments to attend to, I also love acting. So I will be doing limited number of films and take up roles I haven’t done before. I don’t have the energy or the drive to be constantly busy,” she says.
Manisha admits that she can’t live up to the kind of image she carried in her heyday, and that disappoints many filmmakers who approach her.
“Offers start pouring in but when they see that I’m not the same Manisha from 15 years ago, they step back. But that’s good, because I can easily filter the good films the rubbish then,” she says................