Bollywood actor Freddy Daruwala, who was last seen in Salman Khan starrer Race 3, says working in a big budget film gives new actors greater mileage.

Asked if acting in a multi-starrer gives him tough time to get any solo lead film, Freddy told IANS: “I keep getting different kind of films, but I am very choosy about what I pick up. As a newcomer like me, I am offered two kinds of works, one that gives me money, and another that builds my career. I would definitely go for the later because bigger films give me more visibility and mileage.”

The actor also played pivotal roles in films like Holiday with Akshay Kumar, Commando 2 among others.

“I started my career in 2014 and in the span of four years, I have done eight films, including regional and independent films. But people only can recall my screen presence from those big budget films. Hopefully, I will reach to a point in my career from where I will be able to combine both kinds of films,” he added.