I am not defined to be in any mould, says Rhea Chakraborty
Rhea Chakraborty, who was last seen onscreen in Half Girlfriend portraying the character of Anshika says that she doesn’t want to limit herself to a particular kind of role. Rather she wants to explore herself more by opting for different kind of roles.
In a recent interview to IANS she told, “I want everyone to understand that as an actor you need to be able to play different roles, be versatile even in terms of your personality. I am not just a cute girl, I can also be sexy, I can also be something else. I am not defined to be in any mould and I can be whatever I want to be. I can be the girl next door, be the sexy girl, be an action girl. As an actor, this is something that people need to see.”
When questioned about an ideal script she added, “An important role, a story that you feel like that just needs to be told…You feel it in your gut and mostly you go with your gut.”
Rhea added, “It's never been the case that you can't say no. Even today, the biggest directors -- when a new comer says no (to them) – it’s not like they are offended or take it to ego. I don't do any work that I am not very convinced about. That has always been my stand.”
Rhea has been seen portraying different roles in films like Mere Dad Ki Maruti and Sonali Cable. She will be seen next in Bank Chor alongside Ritesh Deshmukh and Vivek Oberoi which is expected to release on 16th June.
“Bank Chor has a different story. It's a family entertainer comedy movie. If the trailer of Bank Chor is appealing to the masses and they want to see something crazy they would watch our film,” the actress said.
When asked about her upcoming and future projects she said that people should just expect her to do good work and that she wants to play interesting characters in future. She further added that she wants to move the audience as an actor and entertain them.