In a short time, Swara Bhaskar has carved a niche for herself with films like "Madholal Keep Walking" and "Tanu Weds Manu". The actress says that she enjoys doing movies that let her display her acting skills, but at the same time she admits importnace of banners for better visibility.
"It's important to do big banner films because at the end of the day the big ones are going to get maximum audience," Swara told IANS.
She teamed with Yash Raj Films for "Aurangzeb" and her last release "Raanjhanaa" was made under Eros International banner. Swara considers herself lucky to do her choice of roles under established banners.
She will also act in Abbas Tyrewala's "Mango", which is co-produced by Multi Screen Media Private Limited in association with Kaleidoscope Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. (KEPL).
"It's a good studio, great banner, nice platform and a great part," said Swara, who will be seen as a sweet girl like Betty from popular Archie Comics.
She said she would go for a role that would give her a better chance to emote and that she wouldn't mind taking up a film if the part is glamorous yet performance oriented.
"Deepika's role in 'Cocktail' is very glamorous, but is also a great performance role. I would go for whatever gives me scope to perform," she said.