Mumbai: Actress Prachi Desai, who has been nominated in the best actress category at the IIFA awards for `Once Upon A Time In Mumbai`, said that the film brought her a lot of offers in Bollywood and she intends to do at least three films a year.
"My debut film `Rock On` was a stepping stone but `Once Upon A Time In Mumbai` was a life-changing experience. The film was my first commercial, typical Bollywood film, while `Rock On` was cult-ish.
"`Once Upon A Time In Mumbai` opened different doors for me... with different roles and films," Prachi told PTI.
The actress, who shot to fame with Ekta Kapoor`s `Kasamh Se`, made her Bollywood debut with Farhan Akhtar`s `Rock On` in 2008. Then came `Life Partner` (2009) alongside Tushar Kapoor. In 2010, she appeared in `Once Upon a Time in Mumbai` co-starring with Ajay Devgan, Emraan Hashmi and Kangana Ranaut.
"I am extremely choosy about my work. I am looking at projects that are younger and different from what I have done earlier... I started slowly in Bollywood but now I am looking at doing two-three or four films a year or even more.
"I have two films, one is tentatively titled `Joker`. This film is directed by new director Vikram Tuli and it stars Rajeev Khandelwal and me in the lead. It is a young film and should be coming up this year. Then I have a Shrishti Arya`s film with John Abraham," Prachi said.
About a rumour that she has turned down an on-screen kiss with John in the film, she said, "I don`t make a list of do`s and don`ts. If the situation, my role and the people involved in the film demand something then I will do it."