Bollywood actress, Meera Chopra says the film industry can be extremely judgemental and feels many people say different things behind an actor's back.
Meera, who is the cousin of actress Priyanka Chopra, made her Hindi film debut in Satish Kaushik's "Gang of Ghosts", and has worked in Tamil and Telugu films like "Anbe Aaruyire" and "Bangaram", respectively.
"In this industry, everybody judges you. You think twice before saying anything. I have worked with a lot of directors and actors, I have seen that you are being judged on everything. People are very different on your face and behind your back," Meera said.
The actress will be seen in "1920 London" opposite Sharman Joshi, and appreciates the "3 Idiots" star as someone whom she can be open with.
''People don't even speak the same language behind your back. So you have to be extremely careful, you have to see what you say in front of whom. You get very few people like Sharman, who you know will not take things the wrong way," she said.
The actress said she now wants to solely focus on Bollywood projects which might pay her less but give job satisfaction. "I stopped doing South films about two years back as I made a conscious effort to shift to Bollywood. South was giving me work, money, but not happiness," she said.
"I am a typical north Indian Punjabi girl and I wanted to work with my people, in my language, even if it pays less. I want job satisfaction. I am very happy in Hindi films. I feel at home here," she added.