India, Aug. 23 -- Her last film was Dear Zindagi (2016) and she had plans for a third outing. But, Covid-19 put a dampener on Gauri Shinde's plans. However, despite the long gap, the filmmaker isn't in a hurry to get things going.

"As the norm would have it, in three years (from 2016) I would have been ready, but unfortunately, the pandemic hit. I had no choice, but there is no rush," she shares.

Shinde believes that sometimes, life throws these things at you for you to take that break and see if what you want to do is worth it. "Films take so much effort, strength and stamina out of your life that it better be worth it when you make one. Somewhere, life is telling me to hang on for slightly longer," adds the English Vinglish (2012) direc...