Her roles in both the films are as different as chalk and cheese. While "D-Day" will see her as a sex worker caught in a web of bad things, in "Ramaiya Vastavaiya" she is presented as a sweet and loving girl.
"It's an actor's dream to do as many different roles as one can in a year or one's career. It's a good thing for us. And when both of my films are releasing on the same day, I feel very lucky and blessed," the actress said at the special screening here of Nikhil Advani-directed "D-Day".
On the other hand, Prabhudheva wielded the megaphone for "Ramaiya Vastavaiya", which marks the debut of Girish Taurani.
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