Bollywood stars, Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone have made a mark in Hollywood with their debut movies earlier this year. Since then, they have been appearing on magazine covers and billboards, attending talk show hosts and celebrated fashion events such as the MET Gala. Their presence at the global platform has been talked about a lot and now it’s Amy Jackson‘s turn. Yes, you read just right. The actress has just completed work on her Indo-English movie, Boogie Man and can’t seem to hold her excitement anymore. Also Read - Deepika Padukone's Latest Video Goes Viral, Actor Gets Mobbed as Woman Tries to Pull Her Bag

Speaking about her experience to dna, Amy said, “It was lovely to shoot the film. My character has an Indian connection in the film.” Her first project on the global platform has been so enjoyable that the actress is in talks with international filmmakers for more projects. “I loved a few scripts when I was in Los Angeles. I have got my agency over there and I did a few castings, met some directors and producers. It’s a totally different ball game,” she told the leading daily.  (ALSO READ: Priyanka Chopra To Ditch Stunt Doubles For All Intense Action Scenes In Quantico 3?) Also Read - Pathan: Salman Khan Joins Shah Rukh Khan For Shoot of Action-Thriller Film At YRF Studios

Having forayed into international movies now, it’s perhaps only obvious for the actress to be pitted against Priyanka and Deepika. However, Amy maintains that she is very secure in her place and is not looking to compete with anyone. “I am passionate about my acting. It’s not competition for me at all. I’m not competing with Deepika or Priyanka. I look up to them as inspiration. Priyanka has been in the industry for a lot longer than Deepika and me. Even Aishwarya is someone, who I have always appreciated and respected. It motivates me more than feeling pressurised,” she said, adding that the fact she has had DP, Priyanka and Aishwarya set a mark in Hollywood already with their movies, will always make her want to work hard to achieve her dreams and goals. Also Read - 'Kareena, Anushka Ka Bhi Baccha Ho Gaya': Video Hilariously Shows How Married Women Are Pressurised To Have Kids | Watch

Helmed by Andrew Morahan, Boogie Man is based on the life of a British-Indian teenager who grapples with his cultural heritage in modern-day London, taking a liking to a 20-something actress/model during a 1970s-themed exhibition, and being obsessed with her all the while trying to keep his family’s Indian traditionalism and responsibilities of adulthood aside.