Mumbai: Model-actress Lisa Haydon feels facing camera is more challenging than walking on the ramp.
The 29-year-old "Queen" actress, who started her career in showbiz with modeling before debuting in Bollywood with 2010 film "Aisha", said ramp is still a cake walk for her.
"Working in front of camera is challenging. It's altogether a different game. Ramp still comes easy to me. I enjoy being both on ramp and in front of a camera," Lisa told PTI on the sidelines of the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016.
The actress was the showstopper for designer Monisha Jaising, who presented her collection "Luxe Resort" in collaboration with ice-cream brand Magnum. Lisa was a ramp regular in her modeling days, but now after becoming a Bollywood celebrity she enjoys wearing the best outfit from the whole range.
"Being an actress gets you to become a showstopper. Walking a ramp is certainly same for me what it was when I was just a model, but now I get to wear the special outfit. It's exciting. I still enjoy ramp a lot," she said.
Besdies films and modeling assignments, Lisa will return to TV again for the second season of "India's Next Top Model". The show is an Indian version of Tyra Banks-created 2003 American reality television series "Americas Next Top Model".