She's said, "I would really want to work with Shahrukh Khan because I want to beat his energy. Everyone keeps raving about his energy level and I want to show people that I can beat him on that." Shweta who also did the Telugu movie Indumathi isn't affected by the poor response to her debut film at all.
She's added, "I was not disappointed with the bad performance of
Mission Istaanbul. If a film doesn't do well, that doesn't
mean it's not a good film. It's quite possible that the audience
didn't understand the film. What I'm happy about is that I was
noticed in the film and got individual appreciation."
Well, this girl sure has confidence. Or should we call it over confidence?
Shweta is working once again with the producers of Mission Istaanbul , Suniel Shetty's Popcorn Entertainment and is shooting for her second film, Loot with them alongside Suniel, Govinda, Javed Jaffery and Mimoh Chakraborty.
The movie to be released in March revolves around four over-ambitious people who come together to rob a person in Bangkok to make a quick buck. She's okay with exposure but doesn't mind if the role is deglamourised. She thinks attitude, a lot of patience and careful selection of roles can only help. In spite of not proving her credentials, must say, this girl knows how to play with words. We think we need to remind her that actions speak louder than words.