Wednesday, January 09, 2013 12:01 IST
It took Pakistani actress Sara Loren (earlier known as Mona Lizza) just 15 minutes to land a role in the upcoming 'Murder' sequel
Sara Loren has been flashing her legs in the first look of her upcoming thriller. The Pakistani actress features in debutant director Vishesh Bhatt's upcoming film with Randeep Hooda.
The newbie feels it is a dream project due to the ease with which she bagged the role. It didn't take the dare to bare girl much to convince the makers that she fitted the role.
Says a source, `Sara landed the role in producer Mukesh Bhatt's sequel in her very first meeting. Within 15 minutes, Bhatt was convinced and offered her the role.
Her sensuality and confidence made her fit the bill to essay the lead actress.`
Mallika Sherawat and Jacqueline Fernandez starred in the earlier two outings of the franchise that featured Emraan Hashmi.
Says Mukesh Bhatt, `We believe Sara has the potential to take over from where Mallika and Jacqueline left off in the earlier films.`
Sara, earlier called Mona Lizza, had made her B-Town debut in Pooja Bhatt's 2010 film Kajraa Re opposite Himesh Reshammiya.
But the film faced several production issues and was released only in one theatre in Mumbai. She wants to forget this episode and start afresh in tinsel town with a brand new name.
By arrangement with Mid-Day.com
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