This Article is From Mar 26, 2016

Was Happy Ending the End of Ileana D'Cruz's Career? Wait, Says Actress

Was Happy Ending the End of Ileana D'Cruz's Career? Wait, Says Actress

Ileana D'Cruz photographed at an event in Mumbai.

Highlights

  • Ileana will be seen in Akshay Kumar's Rustom
  • Ileana is "too excited" for Rustom
  • Of Fashion, Ileana says she like to keep it minimalistic
Mumbai: Actress Ileana D'Cruz, who was last seen in the Saif Ali Khan's Happy Ending, says her career isn't over yet, as she is "coming back" with her next film Rustom, which stars Akshay Kumar.

Rustom is directed by Tinu Suresh Desai and also features Arjan Bajwa and Esha Gupta. The film is scheduled for a worldwide release on 12 August.

"Happy Ending is not the end of my career, so don't worry. I am coming back. In August my film Rustom is coming up with Akshay Kumar. So fingers crossed," Ileana said at an event. (Also Read: Ileana D'Cruz Reportedly Offered Rs 1.5 Cr For Item Number)

"Rustom is an intense film. I am too excited," the 27-year-old actress added.

At the event, the actress had donned casual attire. She expressed that she is not at all brand conscious and loves to wear comfortable clothes.

"I love being simple and minimalistic. More than an outfit, I like to accessorise myself with one big piece of jewellery. Quality of the outfit is my first preference. It doesn't matter whether it is branded or not," Ileana said.

When asked about who she thinks is the most stylish actor in Bollywood in her opinion, Ileana took a long pause and said: "I like men with old fashion and I think Farhan Akhtar dresses very well."

As for the actresses, Ileana picked Sonam Kapoor, saying: "Sonam Kapoor is unbelievable when it comes to fashion. I can never do what she does. I can't carry half of the thing she does."

Though the actress, who has been a regular showstopper for renowned designers, finds fashion runways "nerve-wracking."

"I don't feel excitement while walking on ramps. It's a nerve-wracking experience for me. I keep praying not to fall down on runways," Ileana said.