Branding herself a "baby of commercial cinema", actress Madhuri Dixit, who will be seen playing a crusading activist in the forthcoming "Gulaab Gang", Friday said she would "love" to do an out and out comedy film, if the script is to her liking.
"I am a baby of commercial cinema, I did films like 'Raja', which was a mad, funny comedy and I am not averse to that and if I am offered a film like that and if I like the script, then I am open to do that... I would love to do a completely off-the-roof kind of comedy, " she told the media here while promoting "Gulaab Gang".
"I do believe women should have their own voice, they should be independent, they should stand on their own. I do believe in feminism but I don't believe in the naare-baazi (slogan-shouting) and all... it should come from within and it should be there for everyone," she said.
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