Pooja Bhatt, who is elated over the decent opening of Jism 2, has revealed that she has plans to take the franchise ahead with the third and fourth installment and she is considering to rope in Brazilian model Nathalia Kaur, who debut in Bollywood with the item number 'Dan Dan' in Ram Gopal Varma's recent release Department.
In an exclusive interview, Pooja Bhatt revealed her plans for the next installment of Jism. The director, "For Jism 3, we are considering Nathalia as my father (Mahesh Bhatt) suggested me to do so. He has a knack of choosing the right kind of new talent. We are thinking of her but nothing is finalised yet."
The makers of the film are planning to have two heroes and three heroines for the next film in Jism series. The actress-turned-director added, "The third part will have four main players it could be two heroes, two heroines or three heroes and one heroine. We haven't thought of the exact number of actors and actress yet. We might repeat one of the male actors from Jism 2."
But the makers are not just stopping at Jism 3. They intend to take it forward and have a fourth part as well in the series. Pooja Bhatt further said, "Then we would go ahead with Jism 4 in 2014. It is just a coincidence that the year, ending with 3 (2013) will have Jism 3 and 4 (2014) will have Jism 4. I don't know how far we will take the Jism franchise. I have not planned it yet."
Talking about Jism 2 collection at the Box Office, Pooja Bhatt said, "I was anxious. The film had no big star cast, we did not have Salman Khan in the film but it did quite well at the Box Office. I was taking a bigger risk by having Sunny in my film putting her in front of a conservative crowd here. People thought with Sunny in the film, they will get to see more of sexual and sensual content but that was a myth."
She added, "The film has earned Rs 21 crore, I think we have got a great opening. Generally, filmmakers do not release their movies during Ramzan as not many people go to watch it. But this film has done well especially in places like UP, Bhopal, Punjab and others. It worked for us."