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08-29-2012, 05:07 PM #1
Bhatts rope in Pakistani hottie Sara Loren for Murder 3
After raising the temperature with Sunny Leone for their erotic thriller Jism 3 in Sri Lanka, Randeep Hooda is now shooting with another temptress on the beaches of South Africa for Murder 3 being directed by Mukesh Bhatt’s son Vishesh.
But, who is the mysterious babe adorning Hooda’s hyper-libidinous screen persona? The Bhatts have kept the new Murder mademoiselle’s identity under wraps. Even when the girl left for shooting with Randeep and the crew, no one had a clue about her identity.
After much questioning, one was introduced to the new Murder Girl, Sara Loren, a sex bomb from Pakistan who, it is learnt is a topnotch model and actress across the border. Before one could get disturbing visions of another Meera or Veena Malik making her way into Bollywood , one decided to do some probing.
And voila! Sara Loren turned out to be none other than popular Pakistani actress Mona Lizza who made her Indian debut two years ago in Pooja Bhatt’s Kajra Re and later vanished unceremoniously. The ambitious girl has now changed her name and forwarding address. She has been re-christened Sara Loren after, ahem ahem, the Italian actress Sophia Loren (no less!) and is now a resident of Mumbai.
While everyone in the Bhatt camp is tight-lipped about the re-invention of the Pakistani sizzler, the ever-candid Mukesh Bhatt blurted out, “Yes, we’ve got Sara Loren opposite Randeep shooting at this very minute in South Africa for Murder 3. At Vishesh Films we believe in not just making movies but also destinies. We believe Sara has the potential to take over from where Mallika and Jacqueline left off in Murder and Murder 2.”
According to someone close to the project, “Sara is absolutely uninhibited before the camera. Her love scenes with Randeep will make his scenes with Sunny Leone look like foreplay. Mona, that’s what we all call her still, is destined to take the sex quotient in our cinema to a new climax.”
Bhatt thinks Randeep and Sara would burn up the screen when the film releases. “Their chemistry has to be seen to be believed. I left the choice of the heroine completely to my son Vishesh who makes his directorial debut in Murder 2.
Fortunately he has a mind of his own which he uses judiciously. The first shock he gave me was when I read his script. It was unlike anything our banner or for that matter, anything tried by Hindi cinema before,” he reveals.