Actress Mahima Chaudhary, who had pulled out from acting after marriage in 2006, has no plans to make a comeback as an actor. She believes re-emerging of an actress on the silver screen should not be hyped as a comeback.
“No plans to come back. When a director is making a movie after four years, it’s not considered his comeback. It should be same with actors. You do a lot of movies then you let others do it when you go and perform another role in life. When you again return to acting it shouldn’t be taken as their comeback. They were always there,” Mahima told reporters at the ongoing India International Jewellery Week (IIJW).
The actress appeared as a showstopper for designer Anand Shah Wednesday.
Mahima, who had been the showstopper for Sawansukha Jewellers on an earlier day, prefers cashing on her stardom through endorsements and stage shows.
“More than films, endorsements and dance shows and attending functions or appearing in any shows brings more money,” said the 37-year-old model-turned-actrss, who appeared in films like “Om Jai Jagdish”, “Dhadkan” and “Dil Kya Kare”.
Dressed in a pink sari, Mahima exhibited a maze of gold bangles, with designs made of wood and oil paints electroplated on them.
“The beauty is in the crafting of these ornaments. Yesterday it was more of diamonds, here it’s more of crafts,” said Mahima.
Designer Anand Shah said: “It’s basically circles of life. In everyone’s life there is different circles. The connection of these circles is all about life. They are all oil painted 18k gold bangles that rotates in different directions.”
Shah was one among the four designers Adorn – India’s first luxury jewellery magazine – had presented. Designer Pallavi Foley, Ahalya S and Laksh Pahuja were the others.
Actress Perizaad Zorabian exhibited three dimensional ornaments on gold and pearls of designer Pallavi Foley at the same show.