Bipasha Basu has no qualms about working in multi-starrer films and says the only trick to work comfortably with an ensemble cast is to keep one's ego aside.
'You should be ready to make some sacrifices in the film. You can't have egos there,' she said at the promotional event of her forthcoming film 'Players'.
The 32-year-old has been part of multi-starrers like 'Race', 'Bachna Ae Haseeno ' and 'Dum Maaro Dum'. Her next 'Players' is yet again a multi-starrer. Apart from Bipasha, Sonam Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sikander Kher too feature in the cast.
'Players', a remake of Hollywood hit 'The Italian Job', releases Jan 6. Bipasha says her co-stars were like her extended family.
'When you are working, you are not thinking about male or female co-stars. I would talk about all the co-stars. I am blessed to have such co-stars in the film. It was fun. We travelled extensively for the film, we stayed away from our homes. They became like an extended family,' said Bipasha whose infamous spat with Kareena Kapoor at the beginning of her career made headlines.
Meanwhile, Bipasha is working on 'Jodi Breakers' with R. Madhavan, 'Raaz 3D' and 'Race 2'. She is also awaiting release of her Hollywood venture 'Singularity', starring Josh Hartnett and Abhay Deol.