News|February 20, 2012 12:44 pm

Small town girls are not ‘behenjis’: Udita Goswami

Udita Goswami, the bold and beautiful actress of Bollywood is back on the big screen with Vinod Mukhi’s Diary Of A Butterfly, where she acts alongside Sofia Hayat and Rajeev Singh. She made her film debut in Pooja Bhatt’s Paap; and then went ahead to do more thriller and suspense based movies – Mohit Suri’s Zeher, Anant Mahadevan’s Aksar and Aggar; to name a few.

Ask her about her role in the movie and she says,

The movie is a simple story about a small town girl, who moves to a bigger city for a good career. And she makes enemies with a few people due to the work she takes. But she is extremely hard-working. This movie shows a completely different side of a small town girl.

The image of being a behenji associated with a small town girl is what she dislikes. She avers,

Even I come from a small town of Dehradun. It is incorrect to say that the girls there are behenjis. It is now that Dehradun has become the capital of Uttarakhand. Small town girls are simpler; but they are not behenjis.