Mumbai: "Don 2: The King Is Back" opened to a positive response but Priyanka Chopra, who plays 'jungli billi' in it, rues that actors' busy schedules do not allow them to enjoy the success of their films. (Agencies)
"As actors, we really don't get time to sit and enjoy the appreciation we get. You have to move on. Now my next film 'Agneepath' is releasing. I am shooting for 'Barfee' and Kunal Kohli's next. So, it's a never ending cycle. I am happy that I have a never ending cycle," the 29-year-old actress said.
In "Don 2" Priyanka has teamed up with Shahrukh Khan again and plays a police officer who is trying to nab the don.
The former beauty queen, who picked up the Filmfare Award for the best newcomer for "Andaz" in 2003, says she prepares well for each of her characters.
"I am the kind of actor who prepares a lot for roles. It's very important for me to make sure that my characters are really real so, I do a lot of preparation," said the actress who has done varied roles in eight years.
In the early stage of her career, Priyanka did a negative role in 2004 release "Aitraaz" and bagged another Filmfare Award for the best performance in a negative role.
However, the biggest hig came with "Fashion" in 2008 when she walked away with the National Award for the best actress for portraying the high and lows in a model's life.
Besides "Agneepath" and "Barfee", Priyanka is working in Kunal Kohli's "Teri Meri Kahaani" and "Krrish 2".
Mumbai: "Don 2: The King Is Back" opened to a positive response but Priyanka Chopra, who plays 'jungli billi' in it, rues that actors' busy schedules do not allow them to enjoy the success of their films.