Nisha Kothari's item number in Darling

Last Updated: Mon, Jul 30, 2007 04:51 hrs

Ram Gopal Varma's forthcoming film Darling starring Fardeen Khan, Esha Deol and Isha Koppikar has a surprise addition. Ramu's latest muse Nisha Kothari is also a part of Darling but in the form of a promotional music video for the film.

However, this video will not be part of the movie and will be used only for promos. Its music has been done by Pritam and choreographed by Remo. Says the sizzling actress, “It is just a song which is not part of the film. I have shot for a music video that will be used for the promotion of Darling. Ramuji asked me to do that and I agreed. I would not do any item numbers unless I feel like doing it. The song has been picturised on me and Fardeen Khan. We have shot this song in three days.”

Nisha has only one release this year as she hasn't signed any film apart from Ram Gopal Varma Ke Aag in which she plays Ghungroo. “My character is a replacement of Basanti. You can't compare her with Basanti, as Ghungroo is completely different from her. Everything is different from the set up to the character. Ghungroo is a versatile character. She is a fan of Rajnikanth. She is a tomboy and carefree kind of girl. She loves to smoke and drives an auto rickshaw. RGVKA is complete and will release next month.”

Ram Gopal Varma Ke Aag stars Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgan, Prashant Raj and Sushmita Sen. Doesn't Nisha feel she will be overshadowed by Sushmita's presence in the film? “Well, Sushmita is main heroine of the film. I am just a character. Ghungroo is not part of the main story. The story is all about Sushmita's family and Baban. My expectations are same as I expected from James and from Killer. This is my third film with RGV and it's been a very good experience working with him. He is very simple and honest person. He knows what he wants from an actor. If Ramuji offers me an interesting role, I'll definitely choose to do it. At the same time I would like to work with other people as well” she signs off.

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