"I will like to try other genres and characters but within the commercial format only. I am flexible with all these kinds of genres. I am ok with drama or rom-com," Asin said.
"I have a little soft corner for rom-com. But as of now nothing interesting in this format has come my way that I would like to be part of," she added.
On if she would like to romance Shah Rukh Khan in a movie, she said, "Of course I want to with Shah Rukh Khan... I am just waiting for right kind of project to come my way." Asin has worked with both the top Khans Aamir and Salman in her earlier movies, the psycho-thriller 'Ghajini' and 'Ready', respectively.
Her name has been cropping up time and again for the forthcoming film Two States based on Chetan Bhagat's book 2 States: The Story of My Marriage, said to be jointly produced by Karan Johar and Sajid Nadiadwala.
Debutant Abhishek Varman, who worked with Karan on 'My Name is Khan' and is also the creative director on 'Student of the Year', will direct 'Two States'.
"I don't know, you will have to ask the makers about it. Even I am hearing rumours about it. I have read '2 States..' and I found it very entertaining. Lot of people told me it would be nice if I play that role because of south culture. But the makers haven't approached me yet."
As of now, newcomer Arjun Kapoor has been zeroed in for the male role, while the leading lady is yet to finalised.
Till now, Asin has only worked with top notch actors of B-town, including Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Ajay Devgn and Akshay Kumar, but she desires to work with younger lot of actors too.
"I want to work with younger actors...why not. How much ever friendly you are with your co-star...there is always a sense of respect and admiration to looking up to them. Probably to work with actors of my generation would be more fun," Asin said.
She will be paired opposite Akshay Kumar for the second time in 'Khiladi 786', an action comedy.
"I have 'Khiladi 786', we just completed one schedule of the film with Akshay Kumar. It is an action-comedy...its lot of fun doing the film," she added.