Dan Dan girl Nathalia Kaur has moved to the next level. After starring in an item song that wasn't very impressive, Nathalia has bagged the third installment of the successful Jism series. Will she be able to outshine Sunny Leone?
“When it was revealed that it was Nathalia who shot for the poster, Mahesh Bhatt saab texted me about casting her in the next installment. You just can’t ignore his suggestions,” Pooja Bhatt told Mid Day.
Unlike the previous two editions, the third part will star two leading ladies. So will the Jism 2 girl Sunny Leone be seen in the film?
“It is too early to tell. When I was making the second film, everyone asked if Bipasha would be in it and now everyone is asking if Sunny will be in the next. The most exciting thing for me is to create a new fantasy,” Pooja told the tabloid.
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