Actress Prachi Desai says she has essayed the role of a "good girl" for too long and wants to try something different.
She adds that her upcoming project titled "Kosha" breaks the norm for her.
Talking about "Kosha", Prachi told IANS: "The journey has been extremely exciting. . . .
'Kosha' really breaks the norm for me.
I play troubled girl, who has run away from home and she has to comeback and deal with her past and everything about it was very cool. "
Prachi, who was last seen on the silver screen in 2016 in "Rock On 2", said she has made a big career shift in the last one year.
"I was offered some really great work, but it was not something that was making me happy.
I was looking to do something that I could sink my teeth into because I know I have so much more to offer in terms of performing and acting, " she added.
Calling "Kosha" a dark urban fairy tale, Prachi said: "It is something that I could relate to and it was so important for people to see me in this new light.
I have been a good girl for too long and I have no problems with that, but I want to do other kind of work as well and this really was the thing. "
The film revolves around a girl who is a band member and struggles with substance abuse.
It is produced by late Raj Kanwar's son Abhay, and directed by Amman Advaita.