“What’s creating more dhoom is the audience. It’s so nice these days that we can do any kind of film because the audience is not ready for stereotypes,” said the 31-year-old actress.
“Whether you do a ‘Delhi Belly’, or a ‘Dirty Picture’ or a ‘Pappu Can’t Dance Saala’ or ‘Mission Impossible 4′ – there is an audience for everything. The only thing that’s causing dhoom in the industry is a good script, and then… the audience decides,” she added.
Neha’s new film “Pappu Can’t Dance Saala” has just hit the screens.
Meanwhile, be it Vidya Balan or Kareena Kapoor – Bollywood’s 30-plus actresses have been lately stealing the thunder
Neha feels age is irrelevant when it comes to quality work.
“I think age has got nothing to do with it… Whether you’re 20, 30 or 40. It all depends on the kind of cinema you are doing,” said Neha at the Gillette Saluting Soldier event here.
Neha made her Bollywood debut with the action flick “Qayamat: City Under Threat” and later did a mix of commercial and off-beat films. She was last seen in “Gandhi To Hitler”.