Mumbai: Actress Prachi Desai does not mind being part of masala entertainers as leading ladies just have to do a bit of song and dance while heroes do all the work.
"It is quite a relief to do such films. It is all hassle-free. You just go there, relax, sit, enjoy, say a few lines, do dance numbers and look good. It is a fabulous thing to do," Prachi told reporters.
"I am an actor so I am not satisfied doing only one kind of films, so I try to balance it out whether the film or the role is big or small I am okay with it. If the role would not be important, I will not do it," she said.
Top heroines including Sonakshi, Kareena and Asin have been doing such entertainers like `Dabangg`, `Rowdy Rathore`, `Son of Sardaar`, `Bodyguard`, `Ready` and `Khiladi 786`, all of which turned to be huge hits.
The 24-year-old had a successful stint on television with her debut soap `Kasamh Se` being a big hit.
Later, a dance reality show catapulted her to stardom which landed her a few offers in Bollywood. In `Rock On`, she essayed the role of Farhan Akhtar`s wife. In Milan Luthria`s `Once Upon A Time In Mumbai`, she played muse to Emraan Hashmi.
In `Bol Bachchan`, Prachi played a college girl, and was a sister of Ajay Devgn. Her latest movie `I me Aur Main` saw her playing the role of a young girl next-door.
"As an actor you feel constant pressure as you are watched continuously... You have to be presentable and good in every area," Prachi said.
"Somewhere I feel I am not myself any more I am just so concisions about everything. I have to do things in a certain way. There are so many restrictions," she said.