Delighted with heroine-centric roles fetching importance in Hindi movies of late, Bollywood actress Amrita Rao said here today that she would play such characters in the days to come.
Amrita Rao Pic/Satyajit Desai
"After 'Queen', a heroine-driven film trend has picked up in Bollywood. I am going to appear in such films which are heroine-based in the days to come," Amrita, who had come to take part at a function at a school, told reporters.
She recalled how she was offered roles in women-centric movies in the past but she had turned down such offers, presuming that it would not attract movie goers.
To a question, the actress replied that she thought that her romantic movie 'Vivah' would always enliven audiences.
She said that she gave pre-eminence to small screen over the big screen, adding that TV was the medium, which telecasts movies and makes artistes immortal.
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