Aarya: Sushmita Sen Says She's All Ready To Work But With Conditions Applied; Makers Are You Reading?

Miss Universe Sushmita Sen who has made a comeback to acting with series Aarya, recently shared that she has put a word out saying that she's all ready to work

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Aarya: Sushmita Sen Says She's All Ready To Work But With Conditions Applied; Makers Are You Reading?
Sushmita Sen is back with a bang. The Miss Universe-turned-actress recently starred in Hotstar's series Aarya. She has been receiving accolades from all corners for her prolific performance. And now that the actress has made a comeback, she's here to stay. She is in no mood to quit acting again and hence, she's put out a word to all saying that she is ready to work. That's something Sushmita has herself confessed in a recent interview. However, there are conditions applied.

To news agency PTI, she was quoted saying, "I put out a word everywhere that I am ready to work and I will give my everything. But I need something that will help me grow as an actor. If you give me that I will go out of my way. I want to do good work." Further, she even revealed why she took a sabbatical from acting. Narrating that she was doing film just for the sake of it, Sushmita said, "For me, it was very simple, I had started getting the kind of work that I was just doing for the sake of it to stay in the business of making movies. I think that is a criminal waste of your life, so I chose otherwise and I did better things with my time. Now, I said I can commit to this (comeback)."  

Talking about Aarya, she stated that the series served her with work that she wanted to do and that it was worth the wait. 

Well, now that she has made a comeback, we want to see more of her on the big screen. Welcome back Sushmita. Stay tuned to SpotboyE for more updates. 






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