New Delhi: Actress Daisy Shah, a former assistant to choreographer Ganesh Acharya, considers dancing a 'stress buster'.
Daisy Shah with Karan Singh Grover in Hate Story 3
Before gaining recognition with Salman Khan-starrer 'Jai Ho' in 2014, Daisy earlier worked as an assistant to Acharya in films like 'Zameen' and 'Khakee'.
Asked what she liked the most - acting or dancing? Daisy, who shook a leg with Salman in a song for the 2003 film 'Tere Naam', said, "The reason I am an actress today is because when it comes to conceiving steps I can't do it ... I can't put in my brains when it comes to choreography. Dancing for me, is a stress buster."
Daisy, who was seen playing a bold character in Vishal Pandya's directorial 'Hate Story 3', said that she tried to do something 'different' and 'challenging'.
"It is my second movie and I've tried to do something different and quite challenging...If the actor doesn't trust his director, there is no way the work will come out good. But I trusted my director and he's done a fantastic job," she said.
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