Bollywood actress Aditi Rao Hydari today said she had no inhibitions while facing camera.
Aditi Rao Hydari Pic/Santa Banta
"Sudhir Mishra (filmmaker) had once told me though I have simple looks, I turn bold in front of camera... I love that I have no inhibitions... I like to be shameless in front of camera," Aditi told reporters here.
The actress is playing the role of Chandramukhi in Mishra's modern adaptation of 'Devdas'.
She was in town to attend a private function along with fellow actress Shazahn Padamsee.
Aditi, whose filmography includes 'Delhi 6', 'Yeh Sali Zindagi', 'Rockstar' to name a few, said she liked to be versatile on screen and is comfortable in handling intimate scenes.
"Intimacy is a part of life. You have to keep in mind the chemistry between actors while handling intimate scenes," she said, adding that content of the film is also a major draw for her in choosing projects.
"l like doing films that are lauded for their content.
I like to be the part of mainstream and doing films which tickle your funny bone. I would love to do a dance number," she added.
Shazahn, daughter of ad guru Alyque Padamsee and pop singer Sharon Prabhakar, said she was ready to act in Gujarati films.
Her films include 'Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year (2009), 'Kanimozi' (2010) in Telugu, 'Dil to Bachcha Hai Ji' with Ajay Devagn and Sajid Khan's multi-starrer 'Houseful 2: The Dirty Dozen' in 2012.
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