Actress Bipasha Basu, who previously walked out of Sajid Khan’s Humshakals, feels that the competition in film industry is so high that there is a feeling of insecurity.
Bipasha told media; “This industry can make you insecure because it’s do or die for you all the time.”
“If you are enjoying it, I know it’s rare, like me, you kind of sail through your 14 years peacefully. You never know that much time has passed. Also, I am one of the lucky ones who doesn’t have an agenda,” she added.
The actress mostly appeared in horror films like Raaz 3 and Aatma. Her next movie Creature 3D is also a horror drama, in which she shared screen space with Pakistani actor and model Imran Abbas.
When it comes to her career, Bipasha, who entered filmdom with 2001 hit “Ajnabee”, has worked in various genres like action thrillers “Dhoom” and “Race”, comedy “No Entry” and off beat drama “Corporate” and “Lamhaa”.
When asked about the same, the 35-year-old replied: “I have done all kind of films. It’s not that I have done only horror films, but yes if you compare it with other actresses’, maybe I have done a lot more horror film. It’s just that I want to be part of films that I enjoy genre is irrespective. I love films that entertain, allow me to perform and offer me author driven role.”
Another forthcoming horror film which features Bipasha is filmmaker Bhushan Patel’s “Alone”.
Talking about the movie, Bipasha said; “Alone is a supernatural film, but it has got so many layers to it. It’s extremely intense romantic film. It’s a multi-layered role. I am happy with the way work is happening. It’s all going really well.”