Second only to Kareena Kapoor when it comes to delivering several 100 crore blockbusters, Asin has enjoyed huge successes in the form of 'Housefull 2', 'Ready' and 'Ghajini' with Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan respectively.
Though 'London Dreams' turned out to be a faux pas (and her only flop in Bollywood), Asin is in mood to make amends with 'Bol Bachchan' where she pairs up with her Ajay Devgn all over again.
"We share a good working rapport ever since the 'London Dreams' days.
Whatever be the fate of the film, we had good fun doing that film as it was just my second outing in Bollywood.
He and Salman had ensured that I had a comfortable and relaxed stint in Bollywood. What also worked for me was the complete change in perception that I had once I started interacting with Ajay.
Though he is made out to be this intense and brooding personality, the fact is that in real life he is far away from it. That fun experience of being in his company continued in 'Bol Bachchan' as well", says Asin.
There is a complete change of characterisation for her though in the Rohit Shetty directed film. While in 'London Dreams' she played a London girl who was chic-n-stylish, in 'Bol Bachchan' she gets into an earthy 'suit-salwar' persona.
"Yes, for both Ajay and me this was an entirely unique setting. Otherwise in 'Housefull 2' as well as 'Ready', I was playing this city girl.
Since we had an extended shooting schedule of 'Bol Bachchan' in Rajasthan, it was all the more essential that there was no tense moment on the sets. Ajay being Ajay, he was forever into pulling legs and cracking jokes. That added on to the fun", remembers Asin.
As for the reason why she stepped into the film, Asin says candidly, "I wanted to be a part of the 'Golmaal' recreation which Rohit was doing.
He has taken the basic idea from the original movie and has tried to make it contemporary while repackaging the product. That was exciting enough."