Actress Bipasha Basu finds it tough to shoot at outdoor locations in the country as they are not shoot-friendly and the weather conditions are not favourable either.
"For any actor it's very tough, basically to combat the outdoor locations in India, because they are not very shoot-friendly," Bipasha revealed while shooting for new BoroPlus facewash range.
"Our country (India) is predominantly hot and humid, so you have to take care, especially when you have make up on. It is very difficult to manage all that with the heat and humidity as you have to look good, pretty, give your shot right and you have to be in character," she added.
Bipasha finds it tough to shoot even in Mumbai and Goa because of the humid climate.
She says as an actor she is always combating these conditions.
"I have shot a lot in Goa, it can get really humid there. You really tan and burn after the whole day shoot. So it has been tough and it is not easy to look pretty all the time," Bipasha, who has shot for films like "Dhoom 2" and "Dum Maro Dum" in Mumbai and Goa, said.
"You have to really combat all these things all the time," she added.
Currently, Bipasha is busy shooting for "Humshakals" and "Bang Bang".