Minissha Lamba who has taken the internet by storm with her hot bikini pictures remained in Bollywood for a short while. She made her mark with her work thanks to a few films she did. Setting her foot in the industry with the movie Yaahan in 2005 opposite Jimmy Shergill, she later went on to feature in movies that showed her in totally opposite roles. In conversation with Times Now Digital, the actress opened up about her struggle in the industry in the initial days and how she built her own path.
Minissha shared that people refused to work with her as she made her debut with an art-house category film. This followed by sharing that she did everything on her own as nobody pitched on her behalf, but she still feels the luck factor playing a huge part in her work. She said, “No one wanted to manage me. They gave excuses about how they are busy as they felt my debut was an art-house kind of a movie. They did not want to put the energies into me. Everything I did was on my own. I did not have anyone pitching for me.”
She adds further, “Despite all that, I do feel there was a luck factor involved. People who wanted to work with me called me themselves.”
Also, she doesn’t want to term her earlier days in the industry filled with struggle as things fell into place in a much better way than she expected. “When I look back, the struggle was decent. It would be wrong for me to say that I struggled. Things fell into the place, in a way I had not expected honestly,” she added. ALSO READ: Minissha Lamba On Parting Ways With Husband Ryan Tham; ‘There Is No Stigma Attached To Separation’
Seen in movies such as Corporate, Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd., Bachna Ae Haseeno, Kidnap and more, she was last seen in Bhoomi released in 2017. ALSO READ: Minissha Lamba Divorces Husband Ryan Tham; Reveals Her Five-Year Long Marriage With Him Has Ended-Reports
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