After Urmila Matondkar replaced her in the film, Ayesha Jhulka felt “put off” and said, “It pained me”

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When Ayesha Jhulka was forced to leave the Narsimha, she reportedly felt “very put off.” With Narsimha, she was meant to make her debut. In the 1991 movie, Urmila Matondkar eventually played the part opposite Sunny Deol and Om Puri.

Ayesha was slated to work on the movie and make her Hindi cinema debut in N Chandra’s Narsimha. Mamata reportedly received the role at first, but as she lacked the dates, Ayesha joined the cast instead. Ayesha was, however, removed from the movie and Urmila took her place. According to reports, Ayesha and producer Kumar Mangat got into an argument, which caused her to leave. Dimple Kapadia appeared in Narsimha opposite Sunny, Naseruddin, and Urmila. Ayesha ultimately made her film debut in Kurbaan, which also starred Salman Khan.

“I was very annoyed by the occurrence. The fact that I had not even started and was kicked out of movies affected me the most. The drama surrounding Ayesha Jhulka’s replacement, which made headlines, “hurt me a lot,” Ayesha told ETimes. She continued by saying that she had all the support she needed from her family and those close to her.

“Everyone came to my aid, but the Kurbaan team performed the greatest act of rescue. They advised me to wait till the release of our movie, and everyone urged me not to feel awful. With their help, I quickly recovered, and when Kurbaan was discharged, my journey officially began. I was the talk of the town since it was a box office success. In reality, Mansoor (Khan) chose me for his movie Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar after hearing a song from Kurbaan. He walked to the editing room, heard one music clip, and declared that the female was there. He didn’t say anything to me directly because he was a naturally shy person; instead, he told producer Nasir ji (Hussain) that. All of this was predestined, she said.

Ayesha is presently anticipating the release of Hush Hush, her digital debut, which will air on Prime Video on September 22. Along with Juhi Chawla, Soha Ali Khan Pataudi, Kritika Kamra, Shahana Goswami, and Karishma Tanna, it is directed by Tanuja Chandra.