Tara Alisha Berry, who made her Bollywood debut with the Akhilesh Jaiswal directorial 'Mastram', says she is "proud" that she did the film and she would have regretted had she said no to that film.
Tara Alisha Berry. Pic/Sayyed Sameer Abedi
"I think if I had not done Mastram, I would have regretted lifelong. It's such an unusual film and the story was very interesting. It was a learning experience for me and I am proud that I did that film," Tara said.
Alisha said that she doesn't yet understand how box office works.
"As far as box office performance is concerned I don't understand about it at all. I am still learning about it. I don't know how it works," Tara said.
"Most of the people have given positive response to the film even now I don't know why it didn't do well at box office," she added.
The actress is currently busy promoting her film 'Love Games', where she plays the role of Alisha, who is in an abusive relationship.
Talking about her character in the film, she said: "It was a very difficult character because it was just not relatable as she was in an abusive relationship in the film. I have never faced anything like this in real life so to make it look authentic on screen was difficult".
Directed by Vikram Bhatt, 'Love Games' also features Gaurav Arora and Patralekha.
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