Haydon, 27, is keen to bank on the success of 'Queen' in which she played a prominent supporting role. "I am waiting for the right projects to come. I am in no hurry at all. After the blessing of being part of a great film, I want to make sure that whatever I do next capitalises on how amazing 'Queen' has been," Haydon said.

Haydon played Vijayalakshmi in the comedy-drama, who makes a living by working as a staff in a hotel. Her performance as Vijayalakshmi was well received by the audience and Haydon feels the reason behind that was because everyone could identify with her character.

"It feels really good that something we have put so much effort and love into has been appreciated. People are appreciating it for its authenticity. Somewhere they feel like they have been able to identify with Vijayalakshmi."
The actress, who has starred in films like 'Aisha' and 'Rascals', does not want to sign projects in which the depth of her role holds less prominence and the focus instead falls on her beauty.

"I don't mind being good looking but that should not override all my other attributes. Therefore I want to pick a character that I can add dimensions to regardless of her looks," Haydon said.

"I want to do roles that provoke us to think differently or realise ourselves in a new light. Characters of women who have an interesting story to tell. I'd love to do a period film, an action film, a character study," she added.
Even though she is just two-films old in Bollywood, Haydon has worked with some of the established stars like Sanjay Dutt, Ajay Devgn in her previous films. However, the actress said she cares more about the kind of directors she works with.

"I care more about the directors that I get to work with as opposed to the actors," she said. Haydon feels that the industry has taught her new things in life. "I think anybody entering this business has challenges... Be it model, child star or civilian. Everything I have done has taught me something. Every film, every shoot teaches you something new," she said.

(JPN/Agencies)

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