Frieda Pinto has admitted she took on a role in 'Immortals' because all of the male characters wear very few clothes.
Frieda Pinto is excited about her new movie because it has so many scantily clad men.
The Mumbai-born actress revealed she signed up to star in the fantasy-action movie 'Immortals' when she realised she would be covered up while the male actors including Mickey Rourke, Henry Cavill and Kellen Lutz would be wearing very little.
She said: "It was very interesting when I learned that the men were going to be objectified and the women could just enjoy themselves. I was excited about doing a project where I was all covered but the men had these tiny miniskirts on. Sometimes the skirt was almost not there!"
Frieda plays the oracle Priestess Phaedra who can see the future in the movie about the exploits about the mythical hero Theseus but she revealed her biggest worry was trying to act in front of a green screen.
She told Interview magazine: "The director, Tarsem Singh, is a visualist - his mind is almost like a child's imagination. He brings to life what some people can only imagine. The movie was shot using a green screen, which made me nervous at first, but then I realised you just have to let your imagination flow."