'Bhoot Returns' not a comeback film: Manisha
"I can't really say it's a comeback. In between I did a couple of movies, like I did 'I Am' and I finished two films, so I was working," said the 42-year-old in an interview.
"Yes, I was media shy, I was staying away from the public life of film industry and stuff like that and I was based out of India as well. So, it was a kind of break but it's not like gone somewhere and now it's a return of mine," she added.
'Bhoot Returns' is a sequel to 2003 film 'Bhoot'. The actress feels filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma definitely knows how to scare the audience.
"It's brilliant to work with him. I have enjoyed working with him earlier and this film too. He knows how to scare. His earlier films like 'Raat' and 'Bhoot' were very scary films. So he knows how to scare," Manisha said.
Manisha has also worked in Deepti Naval's 'Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish' during this time but the film is yet to be released.
'Bhoot Returns' also features southern actor J.D. Chakravarthy and hits theatres on October 12.
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