New Delhi, June 21 -- Actor Divya Dutta says she is not choosy about her roles, but adds that she follows her instincts when someone offers her a role.
"I think I am very instinctive about my roles and have a child-like curiosity, as in, I don't want to feel bored about something when I go on the sets. The cast and crew is new in every film, but the role that I am going to take up should be different," says Divya.
The actor, who will be seen in a negative role for the first time in director Jayant Gilatar's film, feels that there is nothing out of the box for female actors and that is why she insists on looking for different roles.
"With men, there is always something you can do like putting up a moustache, but with women, there is not much to do. So, you have to do something in which people look forward to watching you," she says.
Having played diverse roles in her career, Divya, who was last seen in Badlapur (2015), feels happy that people consider her as someone who experiments. "I have carved a niche for myself, which is evident in the fact that people say that I do something new every time. Having said that, I try to take out different layers in each character I portray," says Divya.