Indian export to Hollywood, Freida Pinto, says that it was very difficult for her to play the role of a village girl in Michael Winterbottoms upcoming directorial venture Trishna. Sometimes I feel that this film has drained everything out of me. I had nothing left. When I shot Slumdog Millionaire, I felt like I was shooting in my backyard. But when I was shooting in rural India, it felt like a different world. I learned a lot, I learned to milk a cow! Freida was quoted as saying by the contactmusic.com. The actress, who shifted her base to America after Slumdog Millionaires success, says she doesnt want to do only Hollywood films and she has no problem in doing Indian films or doing the role of an Indian in American films. It is a matter of perception. Slumdog Millionaire captured Mumbai beautifully and was a tribute to the city. Besides, the crew and actors were all Indians, so how can you not call it an Indian film? Even outside of India, people refer to it as an Indian film. I have worked with Tarsem Singh for Immortals, a brilliant Indian director. Not just that, one of my next releases Trishna, directed by Michael Winterbottom and co-produced by Anurag Kashyap is an Indian story shot completely in India, the star said.