Is she going to work on another script with a focus on love and romance?
"'Yaariyan' was like a college adventure film, it was more about flirtation... When you are in your teens, you hardly know about pure love and true love so it was more about college life and fun. On the other hand, 'Sanam Re' was more intense and about finding a soulmate. "I finished two films back-to-back, so I got really tired. It got really hectic for me. I have also got a son, so I am taking a little break and trying to recover my energy. Once I am done with the break of two to three months, I will start deciding what I want to do next."
But what about her acting career? Has that taken a backseat?
"I did a dance number recently. I am just open to whatever opportunity comes up. If I feel good about taking them up, I will definitely take them up. But it should relate to me. I am very selective," she said. A former model, Divya walked the Lakme Fashion Week ramp here for designer brand GARO, brainchild of designer duo Priyangsu Maji and Sweta Tantia.
She looked no less than a diva with her effervescence and hourglass frame. Asked if she is careful with her style statement in her day-to-day life as well, Divya told IANS: "I have so many young girls following me and taking inspiration from me, so looking good does matter to me. I have to make sure that I am well-dressed. Even if you are working, your look should be nice and elegant.
"When I am in office or shooting films, I am not dressed as though I am a fashion icon, but yes I need to look nice and presentable," she said, adding that the fashion police doesn't bother her at all.