Hot and me, nah!
The actress says, she never intended to over-expose in Maxim shoot.india Updated: Jan 19, 2007 18:31 IST
One wonders what happened to Amisha Patel's tinsel-town dreams. Is it an overdoze of love that is showing its effect or the family feud that has led the actress into hibernation? The question needs to be answered before film industry forgets that she was one actress who gave few major hits to cine-world when the box-office badly needed it.
The lady may not have reliable film projects in hand, but certainly knows how to hog all the limelight.
Seems like she has decided to weave a steamy image for herself, for, we recently spotted her in Maxim coverpage in hot avatar and at GIFA award function in Kuala Lampur, where she set the stage on fire with her hot dance numbers. Here comes the gal's reaction: "I didn’t realize that the shoot will come out like this. I never wanted to expose this much. Seriously, I myself am shocked with the results."Alright Amisha, apologies accepted. But you have certainly disppointed your fans with your statement.
But the actress does not want to offend God for sure as she is finding solace in spiritualism these days. "I have got my new house painted in white. The walls of inside rooms are adorned with pink flowers that gives me a spiritual feel. I want to forget who am I and what to do, the moment I enter my room. I forget the whole world and dive into the pool of spirituality."
She pauses and adds philosophically: "I have seen various people and faced a lot of problems. I have become very choosy now. "I never wanted to hurt anybody in my life and spread happiness among people, friends and relatives but unfortunately I got into unnecessary controversies that caused pain to others."
She continues: "Even if I feel sorry from the core of my heart, people will still misunderstand me and think that I have done all that deliberately to hurt them. But I think to err is human. Every one learns from his mistakes. I am also a human being and bound to commit errors. But surely I am learning from these mistakes."