Lisa Haydon is all praise for the Hindi film industry and says she enjoys being here for all the benefits that come with being part of it.
The model-turned-actress, who made her Bollywood debut six years ago in "Aisha," also says that the notion that models cannot be good actors is rather vague.
"I wake up every day feeling very privileged to work in a business where I wouldn't want to do any other job. I love the travel, the creativity. To be accepted, get to do what you love is an amazing thing," Haydon told PTI.
The "Housefull 3" star was appreciative of people she has worked with. ""The journey has been fantastic. I've been very lucky to work with people whom I've worked with so far. I am also happy that 'Houseful 3' did well. The most important thing for me is to have fun," the 30-year-old actress told the agency.
Haydon will be next seen in Karan Johar's "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil," which is expected to be released this Diwali.
The actress is a judge in the second season of MTV's "India's Next Top Model" along with photographer Dabboo Ratnani. The show starts on Sunday and will be aired on MTV every Sunday at 7 p.m.
On some models not making it big in Hindi films, Haydon said, "There are many girls who come into the industry and get criticised for their acting chops, being from modelling background or not. Not everyone can do everything."
Haydon has endorsed many brands, including Hyundai i20, Indigo Nation, Blender's Pride, and Lynx Deo of Australia, according to koimoi.com.