Jacqueline Fernandez says she doesn't regret featuring in a bold film like 'Murder 2' as the Mohit Suri directorial gave her lots of opportunities in the film industry.
"I don't regret doing a film like 'Murder 2'. It was my first hit. I had the experience of working with Mohit. It opened lots of doors for me. It was a risk that I had taken but there is a beauty in taking risks," Jacqueline, who made her Bollywood debut in 2009 with "Aladin", told IANS.
"We as actors have nothing to lose. People will remember your performance and you get signed based on your performance. Not because your film is doing well or not. I want to stick to being diverse, not playing safe," she added.
The former beauty queen, who will be soon seen with Ranbir Kapoor in 'Roy', says it's a dream to work with him.
"When you meet Ranbir, he is quiet. I feel he is shy. Once we started shooting, I realised his energy is great. I feel like he is actually talking to me and not saying his dialogues that makes me a better actress. For any actress, he is a dream to work with," she said.
'Roy' also features Arjun Rampal.
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