Madhuri in ‘Ishqiya’ sequel

The sequel\'s director says that he is writing the script with the actress in mind, but Madhuri hasn\'t confirmed anything

Published: 11th January 2012 02:41 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:12 PM   |  A+A-


Madhuri Dixit (PTI Photo).

B-town is abuzz with news that Madhuri Dixit is set to make her much-awaited comeback with the sequel to Vishal Bhardwaj’s ‘Ishqiya’, but the Bollywood diva says she is yet to sign the film. ‘Dedh Ishqiya’, as the second installment is being called, is still in its scripting stage and the film’s director Abhishek Chaubey has said he is writing it keeping the ‘Dhak Dhak’ girl in mind.

“I haven’t signed the film yet, as soon as I sign something I will definitely let everyone know. They are working on the script. I haven’t heard it so as soon as I have heard it I will decide what to do,” said Madhuri. The 44-year-old mother of two, who was last seen in ‘Aaja Nachle’, relocated to India with her family in October last year after living for a decade in the US. “It will take a little more time for us to settle down fully. The kids are going to school. My parents are also settling down now. We are enjoying our time here and I love what I am doing,” she added.

Madhuri is yet to take up a film project but the actress is the face of a number of brands these days, which is keeping her busy. She has always been admired for her 1000-watt smile and Madhuri, who is the smile ambassador for Oral B’s new movement, says she wants to help her fans better their dental health.

“I really believe in their movement which they have started in India, especially with the bad habits that we have – paan-chewing, tobacco-chewing. People have admired me for my smile over the years, my fans have gone gaga over my smile, so this is a way of giving back to them, telling them this is what you need to do to have a good smile,” she added before signing off.

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