Actor Daisy Shah, who was last seen in the erotic thriller "Hate Story 3", says she would never opt for bold roles again in her career.
Daisy, made her acting debut in Hindi films with Salman Khan-starrer "Jai Ho" and was next seen in "Hate Story 3".
In an interview to PTI, Daisy says, "I did the film ('Hate Story 3') deliberately to break the girl-next-door image. People felt I could only be best for roles of a simple girl. I wanted to break the mould and so I did 'Hate Story 3'. It is not something that I would like to pursue again in my career."
Daisy is part of Salman's next leg of the Dabangg Tour in United Kingdom along with Sonakshi Sinha, Jacqueline Fernandez, Manish Paul, Badshah, Sooraj Pancholi, Prabhu Deva and Kamal Khan.
Though Daisy, 33, is a trained dancer and a former choreographer, she says she still gets nervous before a performance.
"A bit of nervousness is essential as in a way it helps you deliver your best. I don't have stage or camera fright but there is a little anxiety while performing in-front of a lot of people. My focus is on giving my best and I have to enjoy my performance as then only audience will enjoy," she adds.
The show will be held in Birmingham today and in London tomorrow.
"This is the second leg of the tour that happened in Hong Kong and we had received a great response. Salman is performing in the UK after ten years so there is lot of excitement."
Daisy will be performing on songs from her debut Bollywood film "Jai Ho" like "Tere naina", "Nacho re", a song from her film "Hate Story 3" and her own version to Sidharth Malhotra-Katrina Kaif's popular track "Kaala chashma".
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