Rakul wants to be part of great films irrespective of the language

She believes that Hindi, as well as regional film industry, is growing creatively and it’s the best time for actors

Mumbai: Rakul Preet Singh, who has acted in South and few Hindi films like Yaariyan, Aiyaary, says her aim is to be part of good films irrespective of the language in which they are made.

Rakul has acted mainly in Telugu and Tamil language films and has worked with biggest of the actors like Mahesh Babu, Jr NTR, Ram Charan and Allu Arjun.

In Bollywood, is now looking forward to Ajay Devgn's De De Pyaar De.

"I want to keep doing good films. I can work 24 hours. I hope people want to see more of me as much as I want to be in films. At the end of it, all I want to have some great films to my credit, irrespective of which language it is in," Rakul said.

The 28-year-old actor said her hard work and determination has made her a saleable name in the south film industry.

"As the shelf life is lesser (of heroines) so you want to push yourself more as you want to do better work. I did not become big in south just like that, I had to work towards it.

"The fact that you do not get it easy makes you love and respect your work more. If I want to do a Dharma Production film, ofcourse there is a struggle to get one. There are so many people competing for it," she added.

After making her debut in Hindi cinema with Yaariyan in 2014, Rakul appeared in South films and returned to Bollywood in 2018 with Neeraj Pandey's Aiyaary.

The actor said she is trying to strike a balance between both the film industries.

Rakul said creatively both the industries are growing and it is the best time to be working as an actor.

The film directed by Akiv Ali and produced by T-series, Luv Ranjan, will hit cinema houses on May 17.

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