Doing the right thing at the right time

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Doing the right thing at the right time

Happy: Eesha Narang

The actress, formerly known as Eesha Koppikar, says she is happy to have found the right man at right time.

“Even though career is important, a woman has to go with the flow when it comes to her personal life. It isn't as if I compromised by getting married,” said Eesha. She is keen to continue her work in the movies but says her priorities have changed post marriage. “I started my career at the age of 18, did a lot of modelling and then spent a good time in movies. Thirties is the right age for the woman of today to get married and after that she has to worry about the kids as well. You want to be growing up with your kids after all. Till a few years ago, my priority was work, now my family comes first,” she said.

 Eesha is confident that the film will work at the box office. “We started off in early 2008 but after that Mukta Arts (production company of Subhash Ghai) went into a slight sabbatical. The film was stalled for some time and none of us could help it. Now that the market has revived, we have gone ahead and completed the film,” she said.

It is Eesha’s first major release two years after Ek Vivah Aisa Bhi. In between, she was seen in a small role in Right Yaaa Wrong earlier this year. “Sexual harassment isn't something that we have not seen around us.Women are harassed all the time at all ages and in all the professions. Some women give in to the pressure, some manage to stand tall,” she said.

The actress says even though the film deals with a serious issue like sexual harassment in offices, it maintains a comic tone.

“We had so much fun while shooting. The chemistry between Celina, Gul and myself was amazing, both off as well on the camera. Since we play three girls from three distinct backgrounds, there is a lot of fun in the way the narrative moves,” she said.

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