Take care of yourself by eating right, sleeping right, and exercising regularly! These are the only rules I swear by. If you follow this religiously and use the right products, your skin and hair will thank you.

It is important to choose your director and co-stars well.

I always wanted to play with my brothers, but they never let me and always bullied me. The bonding with my brothers happened only after we went our separate ways. That's when we understood the value of each other. Now, we talk a lot.

When buying beauty products, I always check the ingredients. The product should be sourced from natural ingredients. It should have not been tested on animals, as I am against animal testing, and it should be soft on the skin.

So far, I'm known for doing more commercial and glamorous roles. But I don't mind doing a short film.

In terms of my looks in 'Brothers,' it's definitely not a glamourised look. It is very realistic.

I think, as an actress, it is amazing to shock your audiences.

If you are insecure, then you can't be friends with anyone.

I'm very used to being in India now and to working with actors and directors I'm comfortable with because I know them already.

I would recommend all girls to please oil their hair at least once a week.

I wouldn't say it's effortless for me to be glamorous.

English is my first language, but when I started shooting for 'Definition of Fear,' I actually had trouble with my lines! It was so weird, because I never have trouble with my lines in Hindi!

When it comes to my skin, I experiment with a lot of home remedies.

I am really excited about my next films, as I am working with big names like Salman and Ranbir.

I am very particular about cleansing.

I believe in love but just have not found anyone.

I always seek one quality in my friends - that they should be genuine.

Everyone may not go and buy a ticket to watch a movie, but everyone has a television at home. It definitely has a huge reach and a huge connect with the audience.

I usually play the role of a glamourous girl or a Miss Goody-two-shoes.

I am overwhelmed with the love I have been receiving.

In comedy, if you don't have the right tuning with your co-actor, the humour can fall flat.

Moving to India was challenging being a foreigner. I don't have any family here. I didn't have anyone to guide me. But I never felt for a second that I am not welcome here.

I enjoy doing comedy.

Bollywood being Bollywood, you hear promises all the time.

The first time I joined the gym was during the Miss Sri Lanka pageant in 2006. Then, I went for the Miss Universe contest where I was exposed to girls who were very fit for their age. They could have joined the Olympics. They were doing crazy exercises.

'Flying Jatt' is a different and interesting script.

A dancing movie with Remo is something I would love to take up.

Actresses cannot have any inhibitions while portraying bold characters. It is something that we learn on the first page of the book on acting.

Karan Malhotra is an amazing director, but he's strict.

Industry has been very good to me. I am glad that destiny brought me here.

Salman will always be that special person in my life because he was able to change my career. I will never ever forget what he has done for me. On the personal front, too, he has advised me as a friend and family, something I couldn't have even asked for.

Beautiful feet are coveted by all women, everywhere of all ages, especially when they want to look their best and show off those strappy heels.

I am passionate about spreading awareness about Sri Lankan food.

What motivates me is that the best is yet to come.

The Bhatts are an amazing family and a production house to work with, and I guess anyone will back me up for this.

It was exciting for me, as I got to be one of the guys in 'Dishoom.'

I have two brothers and a sister. I am the youngest in the family and was a bit of a tom boy.

It took me so much time to build my confidence and say that I can take on more.

As a girl, I love the joy, luxury, and effortlessness of experiencing a pedicure on the go.

My brothers live in Australia and don't really know about Bollywood.

What Salman and Sajid Nadiadwala have done for me is priceless. I'll do any film for them without a single question.

I feel there's always time for relationship.

Since I was as young as I can remember, my dolls became my babies. I still have my teddy bear from childhood that I named Mama Bear because, actually, I wanted to be the mama.

I don't like being over-friendly, as people could take me for granted.

I'd love to venture out into some international work. I would like to do some work in Sri Lanka as well.

Don't be afraid to admit what your dreams are.

I was very confused in the beginning about my red carpet appearances and wanted to try every look, be it grungy, girly, punk or bohemian.

We are trying to push the envelope with a lot of characters in 'Brothers.' We are going out of the way and being honest to our roles.

During 'Race 2,' I had to lean down completely because there was a lot of action scenes in it.