Mumbai: Choreographer-turned-filmmaker Farah Khan, who will make her acting debut in Sanjay Leela Bhansali`s film `Shirin Farhad`, says being an actress is all together a different ball game and is not as stressful when compared to making a film.
"When you are behind the camera everything is your reponsibility specially when you are a producer and everything is going from your pocket and you are worried.
"When you are in front of the camera you just go there and do your job well. You don`t have to worry about where the money will come from and how much of it has been spent," she said on the sidelines of the launch of the fourth season of `Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Larega`.
Farah will play the leading lady in Bhansali`s next home production which will be directed by his sister Bela.
"It is a different experience in a way that I will have to actually go there and be someone else. This is something which I have never done as I have always been myself.
"Whether I am doing a reality show or being a judge, I have been Farah Khan. But in the film I have to be Shirin Fulawala. I think at this age it is good to be doing really something different and try something else," she said.
Farah will share screen space with actor Boman Irani who will play her husband in the film which is the love story of a Parsi couple.
"Shooting for the film will begin in October. I will be doing workshops for the film," she said.
Meanwhile, Farah is busy with her television assignments. Apart for hunting for talent for Star Plus` dance-based reality show `Just Dance` along with ace choreographer Vaibhavi Merchant and actor Hrithik Roshan, she will also judge `Entertainment Ke Liye Kuchh Bhi Karega` on Sony with Anu Malik.