Thursday, February 21, 2013 16:06 IST
Saidah Jules on how co-star Ranvir Shorey went out of his way to make her feel comfortable while shooting for intimate scenes in their upcoming film
Foreign import Saidah Jules, who was seen in brief roles in films like Pyaar Impossible and Right Yaa Wrong, will be seen as Ranvir Shorey's heroine in Imran Khalid's upcoming film.
The Russia-born German-bred model says, `I had to wait for a good role to come my way but finally all's well. I recently shot with Ranvir in Bangkok.
I did not know him at all before the shoot. As soon as
we landed we were shooting for some intimate scenes! I felt awkward but I must say Ranvir went out of his way to make me feel comfortable. He was extremely supportive even though I am a newcomer.`
She adds, `We play lovers in the film and there were a lot of steamy scenes to be shot. I am sure the audience will like our chemistry in the film. Ranvir will be seen in a new stylish avatar in the film.`
Apart from her modelling assignments, Saidah will also be seen in Girish Malik's film with Purab Kohli and Tannishtha Chatterjee. She was also to feature in Kalpana Lajmi's film but the project ran into problems.
`Initially it was spirituality that drew me to India. But I always wanted to be an actress, ` says the starlet who is meanwhile honing her dancing skills as well as her Hindi.
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