Rising actress and singer, Bukunmi Oluwasina has said she has limits when it comes to playing romantic roles. “I can never act n-de or allow my body to be touched anyhow if I am going to play a romantic role.

Some people call me a feminist because I take issues about women seriously. There are some people that use the opportunity of acting with you to do some things they’ve always wanted to do; it happens.

There are limits to what I can take in a romance scene because I know I’m going to get married someday and my children would watch me.

“I can’t go too extreme. My best role ever is when I acted like a blind girl; it was quite challenging because I wanted to give it my all. I had to relate with blind people to understand how they go about their daily activities. For example, I was taught how to use the braille,” she told Punch.

Asked about how fame has changed her. The thespian said she has issues with keeping in touch with people.

“Fame is very delicate; you just find yourself hurting people who are dear to you. I have issues with keeping in touch. Fame doesn’t stay forever but it can make someone lose things and people that matter. It takes freedom away from you,” she said.