I don't only work with superstars: Asin
New Delhi: Asin, who made a debut opposite Aamir Khan in 'Ghajini' and went on to work with Salman Khan twice, says it is a wrong notion that she only works with superstars.
The 28-year-old actress made a successful debut in the Aamir starrer and later starred in big budget films like 'Ready', 'Housefull 2', 'Bol Bachchan' and 'Khiladi 786' but has been missing from the screen for over a year.
"It is a wrong interpretation. I am happy that I have got to work with established actors. But apart from them I am open to do films with anyone. The script should be good enough," said Asin.
Explaining her absence from the screen, Asin said she prefers doing quality work over quantity.
"I like to keep a low profile. For me quality is more important than quantity or visibility," she said.
Asin would be next seen in 'All is Well' opposite Abhishek Bachchan. The film is directed by Umesh Shukla, who made his debut with critically acclaimed 'Oh My God'.
"I am doing a film 'All is well' with Umesh Shukla. I am looking forward to working with him. It will be too early to speak about the other projects that I am doing," she said.
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