Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's "Jazbaa" will hit the screens in two days, and talks about the film's box office fate have already begun.
The former beauty queen has also spoken at length about the money aspect of filmmaking and she strongly believes that no film can tank unless it's planned horribly.
"This is a very good time for film-making business. I think business has found its security. As industry exhibition has increased and continues to grow, it gives the opportunity to make more prints and certain returns are assured to the investors. So I think there shouldn't be any loss-making business in the film industry, and if it is well planned no film can flop," IANS quoted her as saying.
She further elaborated how at times a film is thought to have made a lot of money, but later inside sources reveal how it may take years to recover the money invested in the project.
The leading lady feels it's a good time for both filmmakers and actors to make and do films that are different.
Scheduled for a 9 October release, the Sanjay Gupta directorial is reportedly a remake of South Korean movie "Seven Days".
In other news, Aishwarya will be next seen in Karan Johar's "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" alongside Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma. The team has already wrapped up shoot in London and Paris, and is currently filming in Vienna, Austria.