Actress Nargis Fakhri, who is making her debut in Hollywood with the film "Spy", says she is comparatively more comfortable in Bollywood.
"I think I am feeling comfortable in Bollywood more than in Hollywood because I have spent more time here now and I am understanding a lot of things. I am feeling pretty good here. I really don't plan on running off anywhere," Nargis, who finds it "easier" to communicate in English, told IANS.
"What I do love so much is music and dancing so, that's why I prefer to give more attention here. I love music," she added.
The current status of Nargis' career is much to her liking.
"I always wanted to do a bit of Bollywood and a bit of Hollywood. I am in a great phase and very happy. I have made it on my own, so it's been an interesting journey," she added.
The "Rockstar" actress is currently in process of looking at some scripts.
"I like to take my own time and I don't like to rush. I do take time and I have patience. I have worked with biggest actors from the beginning I am hoping God will bless me to work with other big actors," added Nargis.
She teamed with Ranbir Kapoor in "Rockstar" and with John Abraham in "Madras Cafe". She also featured in "Main Tera Hero", starring Varun Dhawan.
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