She has acted in 11 Bollywood films only in her decade-long-career but actress Sameera Reddy has no regrets about her short filmography, insisting she has always been casual towards her profession.
Sameera, who started her career with the 2002 release "Maine Dil Tujhko Diya", said there is more to her than just acting and she likes to enjoy life.
"I have always been someone who has put life and heart before work. I have taken time off and gone for vacations. When I was 20, I didn't work all day, I traveled the world, did what I want to which most actors don't.
I have been kind of laid back and not that aggressive. And I have no regrets," Sameera told PTI. The 29-year-old actress has mostly been part of multi-starrers like "Darna Mana Hai", "De Dana Dan", "Race" and her upcoming film "Tezz" also has stars like Anil Kapoor, Ajay Devgn and Kangna Ranaut.
However, Sameera says she has no issues being part of a huge star cast and isn't worried about being over-shadowed by others. "I go with the characters and my roles have always stood out.
I pick up characters which reach out to me. I don't believe in a solo role which doesn't have any meaning. "This film's (Tezz) USP is the action I am doing. I have always done justice to my role and I don't worry about being overshadowed," she said.
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