Asin Not To Do Vulgar Roles

October 22, 2009 by  
Filed under Bollywood News

AsinAll of us know very well that Asin is a cool actress and she is rapidly getting into the roots of Bollywood. After the release of her first movie, we all liked that Southern lady. Asin is a girl who understands what does dignity mean and in what code of conduct should an actress perform on-screen. She says that she will maintain her dignity and would never do any vulgar or indecent role. She selects her roles very carefully and analyzes it from all aspects whether it includes indecency or nudity. She says she is not comfortable doing vulgar roles and would never do what is not suitable. Her latest movie ‘London Dreams‘ is a big movie and is going to be released soon. London Dreams is expected to gross high in the Box office. Asin did the superhit movie Ghajini with Amir Khan last year. Ghajini’s reception at Box Office was remarkable and it was a clean movie. Asin kept her promise by not doing vulgar roles and throughout her career, she hasn’t done any indecent role.

She has proven her metal by awesome acting. She says “when I choose a film, my criteria are script, role, director, producer and then co-artist. Language or financial issues never  determine what film I want to do.”



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