Posted on April 20 2013
"The most important change is that the production has become organized, there is adequate funding," he said, adding that "it is safer."
"Previously, some people used to put in your money and if the money is not enough, they go down the drain. The second fee is used to take a lot of time," 39-year-old told reporters on Wednesday in a photo shoot for a brand of shampoo.
She feels that funding helps in planning organized, "a film of any scale" and "may even end up in one or two months, and free."
"So I think funding is the biggest thing that has changed," added the actress who was seen in films like "Daag: The Fire" Lajja "and" Sarhad Paar ".
When asked about his plans to return to the silver screen, she said: "I do not know. Whenever I have a good story or a role, I will."
Currently busy with his daughter, Mahima has kept busy with some tasks.
She television show 'Chote Miyan "for children. "I'm constantly doing shows and live events."