Mumbai, Oct 13: Eesha Koppikhar, who had taken a short break from work post her marriage with restaurauteur Rohit Narang, is now neck-deep in work. Apart from shooting non-stop for her dance based reality show and going through some very interesting scripts, Eesha has now decided to don the producer's hat.
The actress has already begun work on the sequel of Shabri with director Lalit Marathe.
The move was a result of Shabri being stuck in production hassles for four years before it saw the light of the day.
Eesha believes Shabri was the most challenging film of her career and had the film been released on time and promoted better, it would've been a trend-setter. But in the four years many gangster movies released and Shabri became just another film. Eesha now plans to focus completely on the film's sequel, scripting of which has already begun.
Says Eesha, "The film should go on floors some where around April 2012 because till then, I'll be busy with a few shows and even Lalit needs time to work on the script since it has a lot of potential."
In Shabri, Eesha played the role of a woman who runs a crime racket from a Mumbai chawl. She sported a non-glamorized look in the film and even spoke foul language.