I don't do much for skin. Just drink water, try to get proper sleep, exercise, sweat it out, keep it moisturised, and most importantly, clean. That's basically what I do.
I find it very important to keep learning because, as an actor, you get exhausted. You need more emotion, more experience... you need something to base everything on.
Sometimes you really make bad mistakes, and you want to go back and just erase them.
I never get a role if I audition for it.
We have so many male superstars, but there are just a few female actors who have attained that status. It is not only because of the industry; it's in the society.
If you go to Canada or Los Angeles, you will get to see many South Asians there, but on screens, they are so less in number. It is abnormal not to have much South Asians on screens.
I don't see why I should be ashamed of my body. That's the one tool I use as a performer.
I had no apprehensions doing bold scenes.
I don't know why, but I can't get myself to like animal prints.
The menstruation taboo is ancient, and there are so many theories about it. For some, it is fear of blood, and for some, period blood is toxic. If you read the theories about menstruation, you might even laugh.
I am not very ambitious by nature, and movies happened to me by chance.
I find all my friends very beautiful.
People who exploit their power and abuse others need to be revealed.