Bipasha Basu has had her share of ups and downs in the film industry… From broken relationships to flop films, all this has made this woman a matured and evolved person.
“Today, I am a refined actor, lived a little more life, have seen a lot, handled situations, not just a relationship, career-wise I have fallen down, come up again. I have had my run of relationship crisis, staying away from my parents for a long time, loans to pay at times I didn’t know how to pay,” Bipasha said.
Though in the past, she did not taste very sweet success in her filmy career, she is not a flop actress either. In fact with every film, she has grown tremendously as an actor. Films No Entry, Dhoom, Corporate, Bachna Ae Haseeno and her latest release Raaz 3 have been successful at the box office so far.
The actress is happy the way life has shaped up for her.
“From 1997 to 2012, I’ve lived a wholesome life, moved from one room to one BHK (bedroom, hall, kitchen) to two BHK sharing with a friend. Then bought a car, but didn’t know how to drive and also couldn’t afford a driver.
“Finally, my friends ended up driving, so I realised there was no point of buying a car. I had a very broken life, yes sometimes broken down, sometimes very strong, so I feel I am a very evolved human being right now,” she added.
Her debut international project Singularity, is all set to release early next year.