"The bigger shift in Bollywood is that now it has become more about the story. When I started out in Kasoor (2001), which had a great story, my dialogues were written on the sets and I didn't know what I was going to say from day to day. But now, the script is the star and that is why I want to be part of such movies," she says.
The actor, who is also a cancer survivor, has penned a book on her battle with the disease.
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"To be honest, my manuscript is ready, but for me, it is very difficult to let go of it. My perspective keeps changing and Iam a little bit of a perfectionist. Let us see... I am hoping that by end of this year, my book will be out."