Malini, who has starred in more than 150 films during her glorious career, feels she can still play a variety of characters on screen but feels quality roles are hard to come by.

"Internationally, such beautiful films are made with elderly actresses but that doesn't happen here. They don't want to invest money because filmmaking is too expensive so why would they risk it with me? That's the problem... No one comes to me with (good roles)," the 67-year-old actress said.
"Meryl Streep is doing fantastic work. She is of my age. I can also do so many things but I need opportunities for that," she added.
The actress, who is the BJP MP from Mathura, was last seen on the big screen in a guest appearance in megastar Amitabh Bachchan-starrer "Aarakshan" (2011). She will now be seen in Ramesh Sippy's upcoming production "Shimla Mirchi", which also stars Rajkummar Rao and Rakul Preet Singh.
"It is a sweet comedy and I had fun doing the film. I say yes when interesting roles come up and I thought this part was really nice so I agreed to be a part of it."
Malini, meanwhile, has entered a new territory- singing. She has launched her maiden album "Dream Girl", which has been composed by Babul Supriyo and features his duet "Aji suniye to zara, kya hai manjra" with the actress.


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