Sreesanth, who was involved in an on-field verbal clashes with Australian allrounder Andrew Symonds during the ill-tempered India tour which ended in October, said he was undaunted by playing to local crowds.
"I am not scared," he told Inside Cricket magazine.
"In fact, I will take it as a challenge."
The Indian bowler, who was dropped for three of the seven one-day games against Australia in the last series, also said he was unfazed by the side which has dominated international cricket for years.
"I am Sreesanth and I'm not scared of any batsman in the world," he said.
"What's the worst that can happen -- six sixes? Well, I'm not really worried about that.
"Whatever I do on the field I do from the core of my heart; I don't act. This is the way I have played cricket all my life."
Sreesanth said while the verbal clashes between players during the India series were overplayed, Ricky Ponting's men were more than capable of defending themselves against taunts.
"I think all of that was over-played because it was not the first time in the history of the game that it has happened," he said.
"I didn't do anything close to what the Australians did.
"I don't want to name any cricketer. But it is just not me, everyone knows who does what on the field."
Australia's tour of India was marred by crowds' racial taunts against Symonds, Australia's only black player, which included monkey gestures.
India will play a four-Test series against Australia starting December 26.