Amisha Patel's sizzling look in Kunal Kohli's Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic, including beau Kaanav Puri, who is arranging for a special screening of the film at the swanky Select City Walk Mall in South Delhi for his friends and family.
Amisha confirms, "Yes. Kaanav has planned it as a surprise for me and told me only two days ago. He's showing TPTM to his family and friends for July 2 and has booked three screens for it." The Select City Walk Mall is one of Delhi's biggest malls. Kaanav owns the London-based Avni Service Apartments and the company owns the PVR section of the Select City Walk Mall.
Since the time the actress began dating the businessman, this is her first release and Kaanav wanted to make a big noise about it. Kaanav had been planning about the event since the last two weeks. He printed cards and coordinated special menus. His sister and her husband are coming down from London for the screening.
Amisha gushes, "Kaanav wanted to do something special about it. When he saw the film with me last week he loved it! He said that he doesn't think any actor has looked so stunning ever. He's also my worst critic, so I know it's a compliment."
Amisha continues, "Kaanav does everything with lots of style and class and gives everything his 100 per cent. I am on a high today professionally, because of the many compliments I have received for TPTM and personally, because Kanav makes everything so special."
The actress feels she always had a good body but people never noticed it because she never wore clothes like this before, "It's just that I have broken from the Amisha niche. The best compliment I got was that I can carry off any role today from the girl next door to a bimbette. I was scared that I might fall flat on my face but Kunal and Adi had full faith in me."
On Rani's being unhappy about Amisha's role being more than a special appearance, the actress says diplomatically, "I don't want to make any comparisons with Rani, who is a great actress. I am happy that my special appearance has been so impactful but that is not to undermine Rani's talent. She's one of my favourites and a far more senior and seasoned actress than I am. I watched her films when in college and school. I have just done what my character demanded like she has done hers. Rani doesn't need to be insecure of anyone."