‘Gadar 2's’ release date is slowly approaching. One of the most talked-about movies right now is the Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel starrer. A video of Bipasha Basu claiming that Ameesha is unsuited for roles like Jism recently went viral. It erupted and resurfaced old tales. What had Ameesha Patel initially said regarding Jia, as well as Bipasha's response. Ameesha Patel has continued to oppose Jism-related movies and roles even years later.
The actress says that she still upholds her position in an interview with an entertainment news website. She continues, "I don't think Basic Instinct is a bad movie." Ameesha refers to Sharon Stone as a deity. She also gave Jism high acclaim, calling it wonderful and complimenting the actors' performances. "All I am saying is why Bipasha. I am not comfortable being a Sharon Stone," she adds. The actress goes on to say that it takes courage to be physically that daring. Ameesha Patel admits that she may be seductive and attractive, but does she feel comfortable displaying her boldness and flesh on camera? She answered no out loud.
The actress cited ‘Lazy Lamhe’ from ‘Thoda Pyar Thoda Magic’ as an example. She claimed to be the first female lead to tell Aditya Chopra that she would not be seen in a bikini in a Yash Raj movie. She admitted to the chief producer that she didn't feel at ease and was prepared to leave the movie as well. "It was not said in bad taste towards Bipasha because I think she was amazing," Ameesha adds.
Ameesha Patel previously stated that she wouldn't feel comfortable acting in movies like Jism since it would offend her grandma. Karan Johar on Koffee with Karan questioned Bipasha Basu on the same. Ameesha would have been able to make the movie because she lacked her physical qualities, according to Bipasha. Ameesha is too little for the part, according to Bipasha. "You need to be a woman, like a total package, not just bodily but you have to have a very strong personality. I think she is too petite, too small to do that. Her whole frame is wrong," Bipasha had said.