Richa can never be part of brain-dead cin­ema

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She has carved a per­ma­nent place in the showbiz by tak­ing non-con­ven­tional route — from por­tray­ing a hot-headed don in Fukrey (2013) to a small town girl fight­ing sex taboos in her re­cently re­leased film. Ac­tor Richa

Chadda (above) says that she is not averse to do­ing a com­mer­cial movie, but can never be a part of a brain-dead film.

“I’m do­ing a com­mer­cial film with lots of songs and danc­ing, where you’ll even hear me singing. But I can ever be part of a brain-dead film, where all I have to do is stand or be a sexy girl in a bikini,” says Richa.

The ac­tor has scaled new heights with her re­cently re­leased film, a story of how lives of four peo­ple of a small town co­in­cide, and how they find a way to a brighter fu­ture. IANS

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