Daisy Shah fine with turning sensuous, evil for ‘Hate Story 3’

Mumbai, July 30 (IANS) “Jai Ho” actress Daisy Shah, who is currently shooting for the sensuous franchise “Hate Story’s” third instalment, says she doesn’t have any apprehensions about turning sensuous and evil for the film.

“Actors shouldn’t have any limitations, is what I’ve heard and learnt. So if you are playing a character, you are that character. So if it’s the film’s requirement to turn sensuous, it’s fine. If it’s to turn evil, fine,” said Daisy when asked about her character in “Hate Story 3” at media persons at her friend Elli Avram’s birthday bash.

Daisy had earlier played Salman Khan’s love interest in her debut “Jai Ho”, a role of a sweet and nice girl. About her character in “Hate Story 3”, she said: “I won’t be able to reveal much, but all I can say is that this character is completely different to the character I played in ‘Jai Ho’.”

Daisy said that the film will release by the end of the year. “Hate Story 3” also stars Sharman Joshi, Karan Singh Grover as male leads while Zarine Khan and Daisy will be raising the temperatures with their hotness.

The film is being directed by Vishal Pandya and is written by Vikram Bhatt, releasing under the banner of Bhushan Kumar’s T-Series.

Both the previous parts were successful and were popular for the erotic scenes against the backdrop of a revenge story.

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