Actress Surveen Chawla, who took on bold roles in films like "Ugly" and "Hate Story 2", says labels like sensuous and sexy don't bother her.
Asked if such labels are bothersome, Surveen told IANS: "For me, the sexy and the sensuous (label) doesn't bother me. It bothers me to a point when people cannot look beyond that or don't have the vision to see you in any other light."
Surveen says there is a problem of being typecast and being slotted into genres in Bollywood as compared to the west.
"This is the problem of typecasting and slotting, which we go through in our industry particularly. It's not so much in the west because you see people doing diverse kind of roles," added the actress, who will be seen in the TV drama series "24: Season 2".
The show will be aired on Colors channel.
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