Actress Adah Sharma, who has worked in the southern and Hindi cinema, says she enjoys maintaining a variety in the characters she portrays on screen.
"I wouldn't like to repeat the roles I've done. I try to do different roles and then I enjoy working anywhere," Adah told IANS.
The 27-year-old says she is a Tamil but was born and brought up in Mumbai.
"I can speak Hindi, English and Tamil. So somewhere I have lost that language barrier. I can do any role in both industries. I want to look and act best, regardless of which language," Adah added.
She will next be seen in "Commando 2", which features Vidyut Jammwal in a lead role.
"I've never had so much fun that I had in 'Commando 2'. This role is on a lighter note and has great comedy. I've never done a role like this.
"I didn't have to match up with Vidyut in the film as we worked as a team and not against each other. When I read the script, I thought this is something I've never done before.
"In the south, I've done highly emotional roles many times. But this is the first time I am playing a flamboyant character in 'Commando 2'," said Adah.
The actress also said "Commando 2" offers more than just action.
The film is scheduled to release on March 3.