Bollywood actress Tisca Chopra, who was in Bangalore for her husband's book launch recently, seems to have taken to writing herself. "I'm done writing my book, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Indian Film Industry, and will be launching it by the end of this year," she says. Tisca also tells us, "I'm working on a script now. It's a genre that's not explored much in Indian cinema — a personality drama, probably like an As Good as It Gets. I'm working on this with director Suhail Tatari."
While her writing endeavours are taking flight gradually, the actress has an interesting couple of films lined up this year as well. Her next, Ankur Arora Murder Case will see her donning the role of a mother yet again, but with a twist. And following that will be Anup Singh's Indo-European film Qissa, opposite Irrfan Khan. "Qissa, for me was a huge growth as an actor because I learnt a different aspect of acting — the art of doing nothing, yet communicating everything," says Tisca. The actress, who seems to be both intrigued and impressed by intense scripts that make a quick connect with the audience, has another Indian-international venture lined up, she reveals.