New Delhi, Feb 9 (IANS) Actress Neha Dhupia feels every role requires some glamour quotient.
"Nowadays everyone is glamorous. The girl next door is glamorous too. When I did 'Julie' and I did a backless shot, people were talking about it. But now everyone does it. It is not a big deal," Neha told IANS.
She believes people are two-faced in their opinion about girls who wear revealing clothes.
"When I was representing my country in a two-piece, it was fine. But when I did it on my own, it was not right (according to people). I will only not do something if it brings shame to my family," she added.
The former Miss India is known for her glamorous role in films like "Garam Masala", "Singh is Kinng" and "De Dana Dan".
RGV completes 'The Attacks...'
Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has finished working on his new film "The Attacks of 26/11", based on the 2008 Mumbai terror strike. It has been a cherishable experience, he says.
"Finally done with the final mix of 'The Attacks of 26/11' - meaning all my work is over. This film is an experience I will cherish for my life," Varma tweeted.
The movie, releasing March 1, features Nana Patekar and Sanjeev Jaiswal.
Arshad Warsi packed with work
Arshad Warsi is loaded with work this year. The actor has four films in hand.
"Last few days and 'Joe B Carvaloh' will be completed. Thank you Bangalore for letting us have a hassle free shoot," Arshad tweeted.
"My next destination is Lucknow for 'Dedh Ishqiya', then Rajasthan for Ken Ghosh's film, then Chambal for 'Chambal Safari'. I have a packed year," he added.
The actor is also busy juggling the promotions of political action-thriller "Zilla Ghaziabad".