It is hard to believe that actress Lisa Haydon thought very recently that she was not cut out to be an actress in Bollywood but this was actually the reality for this beautiful actress. After her experience in the movie "Rascals" where she felt like a fish out of water and basically an attractive signpost in the movie she had serious doubts about her being a successful actress in Bollywood. However, the Bollywood movie "Queen" in which she starred as a single mother who lives life hard as she drinks and parties as if she has no responsibiltiies allowed her the ability to show her impressive acting range as a dramatic actress and not conform to the traditional Bollywood actress ideal which was not her background to begin with.
The movie "Queen" enabled her to bring a knowledge of the things that she has seen in life and portray a character that exists in society but is not a major topic in the Indian community because she is so different than the norm. Lisa Haydon however grew up in a Catholic household and while she has a great respect for the Hindi culture and has engrossed in learning the language she did not grow up in the culture. Her role in "Queen" has made her a favourite actress of young models throughout India because they can relate to a young woman who is outspoken, parties and swears without reservation.
The movie has not only made her a favourite of many female and male viewers but it has also taught Lisa Haydon that her "uniqueness" is what makes her special and that she does not have to apologize for it.
Lisa Haydon has learned the importance through "Queen" and its success to not take on any role that she cannot connect with and this confidence has entertainment insiders predicting that her recently filmed role in Akash Deep's "Santa Banta" will be a success both critically and at the box office.
The next Bollywood acting star might soon be the scintillating dramatic acting talent, Lisa Haydon.