The former Miss India will next be seen in Pappy Can't Dance with Vinay Pathak.
She told Hindustan Times: "I am really happy with the way my career has shaped up. People have started looking at me as an actress. I never planned anything. I have grown immensely as an actor as well as a human being during my career of eight years.
"Money has never been a driving factor for me. I want to be known as an actor. I don't want to do work just for the sake of doing it. My aim is just to do good work. Once money gets into your mind, the entire focus of your career goes haywire."
She added: "I have learnt a lot from the industry. I entered Bollywood as an amateur, but the industry has taught me little nuances. I have met so many different people and I learnt a lot by just observing them. I have a lot of respect for my job."
Last year, Dhupia admitted that it took her a long time before she adjusted to being a Bollywood sex symbol because she was so insecure.
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