Hollywood is lonely: Neha Dhupia
'Call me a brat, but its just that I am so stuck with the comforts in my country that I can't see myself going to Hollywood now, unless they come to me'. Neha Dhupia shuns Hollywood plans.india Updated: Dec 09, 2009 18:43 IST
''I don't think I can move out of India as it makes me feel very lonely. Call me a brat, but its just that I am so stuck with the comforts in my country that I can't see myself going to Hollywood now, unless they come to me," Dhupia told PTI in an interview here.
After getting rave reviews for two international assignments, both television shows, she said Hollywood offers also came to her kitty. "I did get few offers after that, but I didn't sign any projects," the actress said on the sidelines of a fashion show here to mark the launch of the eastern region finals of Signature Club Golf Championship.
She has finished shooting for Hollywood actress-singer Jessica Simpson TV show Price Of Beauty, where she was chosen as the Indian beauty ambassador.
In another American TV series, Bollywood Hero, which spoofs the Mumbai-based industry, Dhupia played a demanding Bollywood star alongside Hollywood A-listers like Keanu Reeves and Drew Barrymore.
After having debuted opposite Ajay Devgan in the 2003-hit Qayamat, the 29-year-old former Miss India keeps juggling between hardcore commercial movies and new-age offbeat cinema.