She doesn't feel that she will get stereotyped.
"They are all different genres of films. Even if I do get stereotyped, I would like to think that it is more of a challenge because if you are given one character and asked to play in 10 different ways, it says more about me as an actor.
"It is far more challenging that you are given the same character, but you have to play in 10 ways. So how would you do it? That's acting school in itself," said the "Karwaan" actress.
Asked if featuring in multi-starrer films and sharing screen space with actors like Dharmendra, Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, Akshay Kumar, and Kriti Sanon bothers her, she said: "I don't know how any film can bother you. It doesn't have to do with multi-starrer films. If you are insecure, you can feel insecure being the only girl also.
"Like I could have been insecure in 'Yamla Pagla...' if I wanted to be. With three actors who are amazing beyond belief and are a brand themselves, they don't even need me. They made sure that I was part of it. It's about the people whom you meet. They make you secure or insecure. It's their attitude. I have been very fortunate."
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