Actress Neha Dhupia, who let go of her long locks for her role of a career woman in Rush, says it is the biggest risk she has ever taken in her career.
"We thought a lot... whether to do it or not, and took a big risk. As it's written here (on movie's poster) - Jo aadmi risk nahi leta, uska sab risky ho jaata hai (A person who doesn't take risks, has a risky life). (So) I think the biggest risk I took was cutting my hair," the 32-year-old said here Friday in an interview.
But she has no regrets.
"I am missing my hair but glad that people are liking the look. As an actor, it's very important that you just be able to experiment and to be able to do different things all the time. When I got this character, it had to be effortless and at the same time sexy, and had to be a career woman, so short hair was the way to go," she added.
Meanwhile, Neha says Emraan Hashmi, who plays a mediaperson in the film, is just the opposite of his on screen image in real life.
"Working with Emraan is fabulous. Whatever I say about him is not enough. He is just the opposite of the kind of image he has on screen. He is a little boy at heart, he is full of fun, he is very mischievous on the sets," Neha said.
Directed by Priyanka Desai, Rush, releasing on October 24, also features Sagarika Ghatge and Aditya Pancholi.