We all know that Daisy Shah made her Bollywood debut with superstar Salman Khan in Jai Ho. The Hate Story 3 actress, who is very close to Salman, says that can be a friend or Hitler depending on the situation.
Daisy Shah is busy in the promotions of Hate Story 3 these days. During an interview with TOI, Daisy revealed many intresting things about her mentor Salman Khan. Daisy said, '' I am fortunate enough to have that kind of access to him, but I won't take advantage of this fact. Salman can be a mentor, teacher, friend and Hitler, depending on the situation. He dons different roles for those he likes. But if I know he is sleeping at 2am, I won't call him.''
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In the same interview, Daisy Shaw also opened about her bold role in Hate Story 3, ''Anyone can pull off the girl-next-door role, but characters like these test your abilities. I was sceptical because I felt that I was not mentally ready and even my body wasn't ready to pull this off.''
''To add to that, I had to kiss a stranger on screen. I convinced myself after seeking advice from my trusted ones. My cast and crew made me comfortable while enacting the bold scenes for the song. It was shot towards the end of the schedule, and that helped as my co-stars and I had bonded by then. I was so engrossed in my character, I wasn't Daisy anymore,'' Daisy said.
The beautiful actress further added, ''As seen in the trailer, Zareen (Khan) and I have gone all out. This is the zero point for me and one can't show anything beyond this.''
Daisy Shah revealed in one of her interviews that Salman Khan was the one who convinced her to do Hate Story 3. Daisy Shah and Salman Khan have worked together in Jai Ho.
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Talking about her movie Hate Story 3, Daisy Shah said, '' The era of drawing two flowers closer as a reference to lovemaking is passe. Today, you can't fake it and people keep things more real.''
The beautiful actress said about her movie Hate Story 3, ''We get to see such scenes in several other movies, but it's just that our film is termed as an erotic thriller.''
When asked about Daisy Shah's family's reaction on her bold scenes, she said, ''I hail from a progressive Gujarati family. In fact, my mother and I catch up on Hollywood films together.''
The gorgeous actress added, ''When I showed her the trailer of my movie, she felt that it was aesthetically shot. She said, 'We are all adults. So, where is the problem?'''