Kainaz Motivala doesn`t want to be typecast

New Delhi: Actress Kainaz Motivala, who shot to fame after Ekta Kapoor`s horror thriller ‘Ragini MMS’, says she got many offers after the film, but they were all of the same kind and she does not want to be typecast.

"After `Ragini...` I got many offers. Had I been in a hurry to sign a film I would have done many films by now, but those would have tagged me as a bold film actress. I don`t want to be known as an actor who will do same kind of films. I want to be known as someone who is versatile," Kainaz told IANS.

Just three films old in the industry, the 25-year-old says the journey of a newcomer is not easy in Bollywood compared to star children.

"I thought it will be easy, but it`s not like that. One needs to be really strong because there are people who are ready to pull you down at the drop of a hat. It is a very competitive world.

"As compared to people from outside the industry like me, star kids have an easy path. It`s definitely not fair and I am not going to be diplomatic about that," she added.

The petite actress, who made her Bollywood debut in "Wake Up Sid", will now be seen in `Challo Driver` that releases Friday.

In the film, smitten by the charm of actor Aamir Khan, Kainaz will be seen as a chauffeur and says she would like to take the actor Aamir for a ride in real life.

"Aamir is such an inspiration, I would love to talk to him about his films. He is such a successful and fine actor but every time you see his movie there is freshness just like a newcomer. Every character that he portrays is very inspiring," Kainaz said.

`Challo Driver` has been produced and directed by debutant Vickrant Mahajan.