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People don't take you seriously as an actor if you do commercial films: Nidhhi Agerwal


The Munna Micheal actress will next work with Toilet: Ek Prem Katha director Shree Narayan Singh.

IANS

Munna Michael actress Nidhhi Agerwal says people don't take an actor seriously when he or she does "more commercial" films.

"The film I did last was more commercial. There was dancing and I don't think people really take you seriously as an actor when you do that kind of a film," Agerwal told IANS, a news agency.

"But they forget that you got the film because you auditioned for the film. So I think I would like to do all kinds of films. The serious stuff, the fun commercial movies again because I love them. Lots of action, dancing, everything that a Hindi film heroine should or can do. I'd love to do all," she added.

The actress, who associated with global lifestyle brand Calvin Klein for their 'Watches + Jewelry Day' earlier this month, is set to feature in a film helmed by Toilet: Ek Prem Katha director Shree Narayan Singh.

Without divulging any details about the project, she said, "I'm really excited to start prepping and shooting."