Former beauty queen Neha Dhupia, who tip-toed into Bollywood a decade ago with the film "Qayamat: City Under Threat", confesses she was clueless about movies when she entered the industry.
"On this beautiful day, I complete 10 years in the movie business," Neha posted on Twitter Thursday.
Needless to say, she was nostalgic.
"My head filled with beautiful memories and great experiences, people I've met, the things I've learnt, the ups and downs, the hits, the flops, the singing and dancing, the madness. All if it I owe to the movies," she added.
But she admits she was hardly prepared when she entered filmdom.
"Some thought I was a hot little thing coming out of the water in my first shot on celluloid, but I've to confess I was nothing but clueless! It's been a 10 wonderful years and I'm filled with nothing but gratitude," she tweeted.
After winning the coveted Miss India title in 2002, Neha made an entry into films.
She has been part of popular films like "Kya Kool Hain Hum", "Shootout At Lokhandwala" and "Singh Is Kinng" and even not-so-successful projects like "Sheesha". She also starred in the controversial 2004 film "Julie.
Neha has thanked everyone for always "loving me and giving me a second chance".