"He (Gupta) was offering me such a different film and I felt this would be the best film as my first comedy," the 33-year-old said here Wednesday at a promotional event for the film.
"While reading the script I felt that it is very interesting and I had never read anything like that. It's about real situations and real people. So, I had to say yes and I am so happy I did," added the actress who has teamed up with Gupta for the second time after "No One Killed Jessica".
Produced by UTV, "Ghanchakkar" is a comic-thriller and is coming out June 28.
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