Actress Sushmita Sen will make a comeback on the big screen this year and promises the film will feature her in her trademark style.
"You will see me back in films this year. It has been a nice break, so it should be good to be back," the 37-year-old said here Friday at the Enigma launch party.
Without divulging anything more, she said: "If I tell you everything now what will you watch?"
"It will be a Sushmita Sen film, I promise you that," added the former Miss Universe-turned-actress, who was seen in films like "Biwi No.1" and "Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya?".
Sushmita was last seen in the 2010 movie "No Problem."
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