Actress Nargis Fakhri, who is still struggling to speak Hindi fluently, has dubbed in her own voice in her forthcoming film "Main Tera Hero" and says the language is not blocking offers.
"There is no less offers because of my language problem. If I get a script, I understand it when I read it," said the actress and added that script reading sessions with co-stars help too.
"You get time to sit with your co-actors and prepare, but to improvise in Hindi is tough. (Initially) I had to stick to my lines, but now I can understand and that's a great progress," said the actress who entered the Hindi film industry with "Rockstar", a musical hit.
In her her first film her voice was dubbed by someone else due to her poor Hindi diction, but Nargis proudly says that "it's my own voice in 'Main Tera Hero'."
"It was hard, but it was fun. I am proud of myself because it's difficult. It's not easy to learn a new language," she added.
Directed by David Dhawan, the fun film will see his actor son Varun romancing two beauties - Nargis and Ileana D'Cruz - when it hits screens April 4.
When asked did Ileana's presence make her insecure, Nargis said: "Why would anyone be insecure with someone else if you know who you are? There is no need to fight or being insecure. I am blessed my co-actress is a lovely lady. We got along well. The experience was lovely and no cat fights.