South import Asin, who has carved a place for herself in Bollywood, still craves for better roles that are written well. After making a successful debut opposite Aamir Khan in Ghajini, she followed it up with Ready, Housefull 2 and Bol Bachchan. But she feels more is yet to come.
‘I am happy I have come this far here on my own without godfathers, grandfathers or millionaire boyfriends. It is rare for an artist to get acceptance by the north as well as the south audiences, and I have thankfully managed that,’ Asin said.
‘But one measures ones success based on what one has achieved so far in comparison to what one is capable of. And I feel I am capable of much more and for that I need better written roles,’ she said.
With the huge success of Bol Bachchan, it seems comedy is a lucky genre for Asin but the actress denies it saying it is all about making the right choices. ‘I don't attribute any ‘luck’ to Bol Bachchan's success. It was an entertaining, commercial film which was bound to do well and I guess I have the knack of picking up such universally appealing, fun, masala movies which turn to be successful,’ Asin said. PTI
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