Thursday, January 10, 2013 11:19 IST
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who has been away from the silver screen for about two years, is keeping mum on her comeback project amid reports that she has been approached by Mani Ratnam and Karan Johar.
When asked about her comeback on the silver screen, Aishwarya said, "I cannot give you a date. Whenever I am on board for a film I will let you all know.
"There is no guarantee in creative field. Without hurting anyone's sentiments, there is no guarantee of the release of a film," she said.
The actress today unveiled the 58th Filmfare Award black trophy. The organisers plan to do something special this year as this is the 100th year of Indian cinema.
"I am privileged and honoured to be here. It is for the first time that I am not nominated...but that was due to my baby Aaradhya. But still I will take this black lady trophy home (the one she unveiled)," she said.
Aishwarya refused to pick up any favourite actor, actress, film of 2012, but said her actor husband Abhishek Bachchan was her "favourite for life."
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