Hackneyed plot revolving around hero-heroine no more triumphs at the box office feels Vishakha Singh and adds that this is the age of good scripts.
Seen in films like "Fukrey", about an eclectic bunch of students poised between adolescence and manhood, and medical negligence drama "Ankur Arora Murder Case", she said: "Hero-heroine formula is no longer working. Only ensemble casts and good scripts work and my sensibility is also like that."
"Bajatey Raho" is a comic thriller and Vishakha is happy that with the film she has got a breathing space.
"I was happy (about 'Bajatey Raho') because so far I have been doing intense roles only. But in 'Bajatey Raho' I got a lot of breathing space... It is a fun character... she is gutsy and Sikhni," said Vishakha, who was also seen in Ashutosh Gowariker's period drama "Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey".
"Bajatey Raho" releases July 26.