Pooja Chopra signs her next opposite Jimmy Sheirgill

Mumbai, March 9 (IANS) Actress Pooja Chopra, who was last seen on the big screen in “Commando”, is all set to face the cameras again for a film which also features Jimmy Sheirgill.

Asked why she took such a long break after “Commando”, Pooja said: “I had met with an accident and was advised bed rest for six months. A few good projects came my way, but things didn’t work out. I was looking for something substantial after ‘Commando’.

“Now, I am happy that I signed ‘Too Much Ho Gaya’. A few more projects should materialise soon.”

The film, titled “Too Much Ho Gaya”, is directed by Anwar Khan who assisted Manmohan Desai in many films. The family entertainer also stars Arbaaz Khan and Zarina Wahab in pivotal roles.

A family entertainer, the movie which will release later this year, stars Arbaaz as a villain.

Talking about her experience of working in the film, Pooja said: “I had a ball making the film. Zarina Wahab and Murali Sharma treated me like a baby on the sets. Jimmy Sheirgill commands respect and he made me very comfortable. He’s one of the nicest people I have met.”

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