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I fed horses: Sam

Why did Sameera Reddy befriend the horses? Check out.

tabloid Updated: Jun 29, 2006 10:55 IST

There's something about Sameera Reddy. She is not a mere glam doll. 'Beauty with loads of courage' best describe this bombshell.

In her film Musafir, the saaki babe's sex appeal was much talked about but very few realized that she had the courage to do some really risky stunts on her own. And now this siren calls the shots whenever it comes to doing similar scenes.

"I am a very adventurous person and whenever I get opportunities to take risk for a stunt, I just go for it. No one has noticed my stunts in Musafir because that time my glam look and hot item songs were the focus," says Sameera.

Divulging details about her forthcoming film Gulaami, the seductress says, "Initially I found it very tough to learn horse riding because it's something where you have to coordinate with an animal. You have to understand its mind and then act accordingly. I fell from the horse couple of times but even then I continued with my classes. That's how I could manage all the stunts which were very dangerous."

To be friendly with the horses, the dame even had to take glucose biscuits with her to feed the horses and that's how they became her good friends! Her adventurous act in another film Naksha was really something that even a perfect stuntwoman will not find easy to do. "I did some breathtaking scenes which I could have never imagined. I jumped from a high cliff. It was so dangerous that even a slightest mistake could have taken my life," she says.

"Now I have become so confident of these action shots that in coming days I might have been flooded with projects full of stunts and adventure," quips Sameera.

Well, now we have our desi version of Lara Croft. Right?