"I have cut my hair for a role in a movie where I played a corporate person. But I won't go bald for fun. The role has to be that good and exciting. It has to be amazing and different," the actress said over phone from Mumbai.
Chitrangada has maintained a likeable blend between serious and commercial cinema with movies like "Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi", "Desi Boyz", "Inkaar" and "I, Me Aur Main".
The actress said that oiling is behind the health of her long mane. "For me, oiling has always been very important. I make it a point to do it twice a month. Other than that I emphasise on using good shampoo, conditioner and some times hair packs," she said.
The actress recently launched Livon's Moroccan Silk Serum along with actress Soha Ali Khan. Praising the product, she said, "My personal experience is that it doesn't make your hair, even if you have styled them, go flat. It also keeps the hair texture very light."
However, Chitrangada, 38, also noted that celebrities are not spared from bad hair days. She said, "You can't do much on a bad hair day. I usually make a ponytail on such days." At present, Chitrangda is busy preparing for Kushan Nandy's "Babumoshai Bandookbaaz".