The critics haven't been too kind to her in the past but Nargis Fakhri with her 'care-a-damn' attitude always continues to win us over The actress in a recent interview to Bombay Times bared her heart and made some really shocking revelations-
1. On her love for travelling
"I love travelling. I travelled even when I didn't have money. I ate noodles to save up a ticket and a hostel. Girls usually spend on shoes make-up, jewellery, clothes, partying and drinks. I don't spend on anything. I save up for travelling. Even when I wasn't in this profession, I did that. Experiences are far more valuable than shoes."
2. On being linked to Uday Chopra
"I guess they (the media) have nothing better to do. But that way, I make headlines, which means I am relevant. I'm totally cool with that."
3. On being stereotyped
I've been limited by Bollywood because I am not fluent in Hindi. They can't cast me as a village girl. That would take a lot of training. Without knowing the language, it's difficult to become the best. In acting, it's action and reaction. Hindi is not my language. It will always be a struggle. If I ever have a chance to get a role to get out of that pigeonhole that they've put me into, I'd get a trainer and work hard on it.
4. On having very few friends in the industry
"The people I worked with were nice. People say hello to me at parties. But I don't have anything to converse with them. They only talk about movies. I don't even watch my own. So, I don't know what to talk about. Also, I don't know most people. I don't remember names. And because I usually sleep early, I'm sleepy at the parties, too.
5. On her journey in Bollywood
"I have been blessed to have made it this far here with no skills, no knowledge, no family, no friends and without sacrificing my values and morals. On my own, I wouldn't ever have come here to try. I'd have chosen another career. And I'd do that even now whenever I move back home because there's no need to pigeonhole your career in a cramped space. Don't be surprised if you find me doing some charity work in another country. It'll be far more satisfying."