London: Actress Mila Kunis says she puts in as much effort as possible into intimate scenes because she wants them to look convincing on screen, but doesn`t find herself sexy.
"I`m not good at sexy. But there are so many women on the big screen who are so false you just don`t buy it," Kunis told The Times newspaper.
"There`s nothing about them that you believe. It feels so put on. You can feel them mugging for the camera. It`s like their face is raping me, so I know I don`t want to do that," she added.
The 28-year-old leads a grounded life and credits it to her humble background, reports contactmusic.com.
"I`ve been doing this [acting] since I was nine. It didn`t happen overnight, so I like to think I`m not in a bubble. I live a very normal life. My two best friends: one`s a dentist, one`s a teacher. We talk every single day. They`re not in this industry, we all grew up poor, we all fully understand the value of a dollar," she said.
Talking about the after effects of fame, she said: "I`ve seen it (fame) eat people alive. It happens often. I think people lose sight of themselves because of what they do. What I do is not who I am."