MUMBAI: Actress Richa Chadha says the dearth of anonymity is just a big price to pay if you're famous.
Richa opened up once she was asked if there are any pros and cons to being a star.
"I am sure there are. I'm sure the lack of anonymity is a big price to pay. you cannot just set about your thing without people knowing what you're doing, what you're buying, what you're eating or whom you're dating. So, that's a tad bit annoying for me because I just wanted to be an actor," Richa said in an interview.
The actress says she only wants to be recognised within her professional capacity.
"The only place I would like to be recognised is the red carpet or an actor, where I'm in my professional capacity. Otherwise, I just want to be left alone," she added.
Richa had earlier said that she has no regrets, adding that it absolutely was pointless having regrets.
Amidst this dire circumstance of the coronavirus outbreak and national lockdown, Richa has also addressed the matter of mental health and mental wellbeing. She has earlier stated how it might be difficult to stay positive in these dark times but the hope that one day it all will get better is the thing that should keep us going.
On the acting front, she is going to be seen next in "Abhi Toh Party Shuru Hui Hai" and "Shakeela".