Former beauty pageant winner Navneet Kaur Dhillon, who is gearing up for her Bollywood debut "Loveshhuda", says she believes in spontaneity as an actress rather than doing rehearsals.
Navneet Kaur Dhillon. Pic/Santa Banta
Navneet told IANS: "While acting, I mostly take a spontaneous approach for scenes rather than doing rehearsals... It helps me many times."
"Modelling and acting required a standard way of training and I do belong to an army family and got discipline from there, which helped me here in both the fields -- modelling and Bollywood."
Navneet, who had won the Miss World India 2013 crown, has joined the film industry without undertaking any professional acting course.
"I enjoy both modelling and acting though both are extremely different from each other. Earlier, I have done a few short films that helped me to serve better now that I'm working in Bollywood. I
haven't done any other course for acting," she added.
Talking about her role in "Loveshhuda", she said: "I am playing a girl who is very romantic, practical, and serious about her work and business. I am proud of this film."
The film, directed by Vaibhav Mishra, is produced by Vijay Galani under the banner Galani Entertainments Ltd.