The 1994 Miss Universe said that she has been looking at scripts for the past one-and-a-half years.
Sushmita Sen: Just because I'm ready, doesn't mean perfect script is ready for me
Mumbai - 27 Jan 2018 17:00 IST
Former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen, who was last seen in 2010 film No Problem, says that she has been looking at scripts for the past one-and-a-half years.
Sen, along with younger daughter Alisah, was present at the Rouble Nagi Art Foundation's Republic Day celebration with kids on Friday.
What a magical morning!!!👏😁❤️Thank you so much @ROUBLENAGI for having me be a part of ur #Artcamp initiative 🙏 d hope & happiness u bring to these awesome children is overwhelming!!!More power to #RNAF & #Pratham for the lives u touch!! #inspirational #children ❤️🇮🇳🙏 pic.twitter.com/KF5qKC3dwo— sushmita sen (@thesushmitasen) January 26, 2018
Asked when could the fans expect her return, Sen said: "I have been looking at scripts again for the past one-and-a-half year.
"I think I am ready to commit six months of my life to a film. But, just because I am ready, doesn't mean the perfect script is ready for me."
The 1994 Miss Universe also revealed that her greatest ambition was not to become a star but to remain connected with people.
"Like I have always said, I will find a way to stay connected with you people. My greatest ambition wasn't to become a movie star but it was to stay connected with people.
"I am very blessed that God gave me that opportunity to become an actor,..."
Sen had earlier on Twitter shared her disappointment over the news of a school bus attacked by Padmaavat (2018) protesters in Haryana's Gurugram some days back.
On Friday, when asked for a comment on the same issue, she said: "I have already said what I wanted to say about it on Twitter. Obviously I am very upset but I think we could talk about something productive today. Like these kids, who are our hope. To be able to express yourself and adding colour to life is the way of doing it."
Her tweet shared on Thursday, read: "Attacking a school bus with children in it (as young as four-years-old) is an act of pure evil. Shame on these coward monsters. Serious action must be taken...THIS CANNOT HAPPEN. #keepchildrensafe #delhi"
Attacking a school bus with children in it (as young as 4 years old) is an act of pure evil. Shame on these coward monsters. Serious action must be taken...THIS CANNOT HAPPEN. #keepchildrensafe #delhi pic.twitter.com/XhU519N8Mz— sushmita sen (@thesushmitasen) January 25, 2018
Talking about the art foundation's initiative and their support Sen said: "One of the reasons I am so very proud of this beautiful woman is Rouble Nagi's amazing support towards these kids.
I am so looking forward to celebrate our Republic Day, witnessing 300 underprivileged children find their voice & freedom of expression through Art at @ROUBLENAGI #Artcamp an initiative by #RoubleNagiArtFoundation Carter Road #Mumbai 26th Jan ❤️#sharing #happiness 💃🏻😊— sushmita sen (@thesushmitasen) January 25, 2018
"Currently there are only 300 kids but she teaches art to kids from 62 slum areas. In fact, we have art exhibitions where we have also bought their artwork to support Rouble Nagi Art Foundation.
"It is amazing to see that at such a young age these kids understand the true meaning of the Republic Day."