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Mumbai Mirror pins the actress down with seven prickly questions
Vickey Lalwani (MUMBAI MIRROR; February 25, 2011)
Films in which you haven’t played an edgy character, haven’t clicked.
It would be wrong to say that. Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai did well. But yes, that was more of Ajay Devgn’s film.
But how long could I go on playing those whacko characters? I kept getting similar roles but yearned to play other characters and I reached a pint of desperation.
I used to cry and wonder why I was not being offered roles, which could do justice to my talent. I could see that those roles were going to girls who had boyfriends and contacts at the right places. I couldn’t make friends.
I was lonely. Nobody was even recommending me. Instead of unwinding, I would often be researching drug-addicts or schizophrenics.
Thankfully, times have changed. Today I am in very happy space. I am playing a flirtatious girl in Rascals and Sanjay Dutt’s secretary in Dhamaal 2.
You said nobody was recommending you. But today, Ajay Devgn does. (Interrupts) That’s not true. In fact now, Ajay and I are thinking of not doing films together for two-three years. We are taking a break from each other professionally.
That’s how Ajay also feels. We can’t make our on-screen chemistry repetitive.
Its’ said that you use names of A-list actors to add to your brand equity.
If I could win so many awards- there are close to twenty lying in my house- without More >