Actress Neha Sharma says the going gets tougher in Bollywood when you're an "outsider".
"As an outsider (from a non-film background), survival in Bollywood is difficult as networking is very important...Many get work because of recommendations, but still there are auditions for actors," Neha said here.
The actress started her Bollywood career with "Crook" in 2010, and has since starred in films like "Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum", "Jayantabhai Ki Luv Story" and "Yamla Pagla Deewana".
Neha is now gearing up for the release of "Youngistaan", in which she shares screen space with Jackky Bhagnani.
She says she is happy with her career graph "as I am not from the industry. I am still an auditioning actor and I am very satisfied at the moment."
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