Actress Shweta Sharma says she doesn't like to be tagged as an item girl.
Shweta recently featured in three songs in the investigative thriller "Charlie Kay Chakkar Mein", a film starring Naseeruddin Shah. But she doesn’t believe in calling herself an item girl.
"I have a serious problem with this Bollywood trend of labeling any dancer as item girl. Some people have even termed me as an item girl but I want to categorically state that I'm not an item girl,” Shweta told IANS.
“Item girls are those who just do a lot of skin show and hardly dance or perform,” she added.
The actress also shared that she always tries to narrate a story through her songs.
"If you see my songs in my last release 'Charlie Kay Chakkar Mein', you'll see that I'm trying to convey a point through my performance with the help of the lyrics of the songs."
“I intentionally try to choose those songs which give me an opportunity to act or narrate a story and not dance around with vulgar moves,” she added.
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