Mumbai, Aug 9 (IANS) Bollywood actress Richa Chadda has played the loud and bold girl on screen already. With new movies "BAD" and "Ishqeria", she is ready to break her image with the role of a shy and conservative girl.
Richa's acting talent has been widely appreciated in films like "Gangs of Wasseypur" and "Fukrey". But she is hoping to give the audience a different taste of her talent with her forthcoming projects.
"I have played a shy girl in 'BAD', a girl who is conscious and dreamy. Even in 'Ishqueria', I play a girl who is shy and conservative," Richa told IANS.
The actress also said that "BAD" is not a gangster film.
"It is not a gangster film. A gangster is someone who has organised crime and has a large number of people working for him. 'BAD' focuses on a particular episode of Charles Sobhraj. It has nothing to do with a gangster film. I won't risk typecasting myself," she said.
Talking about her role, she said: "I play a law student and not a gangster."
One schedule of the film is over, and Richa says, as of now, the team has "a long way to go".
"The first schedule was shot in Udaipur. We have some in Bangkok and some in Goa," she said.