Isha Chhabra is a well-liked actress, and entrepreneur who was last seen in 2020 film ‘Mastram’. She is currently in Los Angels living her dream life and is gearing to participate in Miss Asia USA 2021, a beauty pageant that will take place in November.

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“It’s been an adventurous journey for me. My journey has started from Rishikesh, then I moved to Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad , Chennai, and then Mumbai and now Beverly Hills’. I feel this is my USP because I cannot stay at one place for longer time. I need change in my life and during COVID-19, I realized that I am not happy and content in Mumbai so I decided to move to Hollywood. I am getting immense love from Hollywood,” she told Opoyi.

Isha has also been roped in a Hollywood project, official announcement of which will happen soon

"I am happy that things are coming in my way from Bollywood, Hollywood, South industry. I am in the city of angels and there are lot of diversity here. I am working as an international actor,” she added.

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Isha says that “Hollywood was one of her goal forever."

“There are lot more goals that I need to accomplish. However, the closest one was Hollywood and it’s easy to manage because people here work so selflessly and smoothly. Now I feel that If you have talent , nothing can stop you,” she said.

Talking about pressures, she said that she is enjoying that.

“I love this pressure and what makes me different from others is my vibe, energy and aura. I think everyone is unique in their own way. I don’t pretend to be someone else and I just don’t bother about anybody,” said Isha and added that she doesn't even react to online trolls who questions her dressing style.

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“Those people don’t matter in my life so I keep myself on neutral mode. I watch it like a news , like a TV,” she said.

Talking about how life has changed for her in past few days, she said that “ Hollywood has change my life forever. Now I am not the same person who I was in Mumbai. My first project was Kannada movie and for that I was also nominated as best debutant in south Asian international award. 'Mastram' was my first film in Mumbai."