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Daisy Shah Did Hate Story 3 Due to Lack of 'Good Offers'

  | December 13, 2015 15:45 IST (Mumbai)
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Daisy Shah and Karan Singh Grover in a still from Hate Story 3.

"If I had got good offers after Jai Ho I wouldn't have done Hate Story 3. I did not get good offers and I was disappointed, but it also gave me a push to work harder on myself. But now I feel it was the right decision to do Hate Story 3 as it's good for an actor to discover new roles and new characters"

Daisy Shah's film career failed to take off despite making her debut opposite Salman Khan in Jai Ho and the actress said that she was "disappointed" with the dearth in offers post the 2014 film.
Daisy is being lauded for her role in Hate Story 3, but the actress said she wouldn't have done the erotic thriller if she had "good offers" in hand.
"If I had got good offers after Jai Ho I wouldn't have done Hate Story 3. I did not get good offers and I was disappointed, but it also gave me a push to work harder on myself," Daisy told IANS.
The former assistant to choreographer Ganesh Acharya feels it was the "right" decision to get out of the comfort zone and try something new onscreen.
"But now I feel it was the right decision to do Hate Story 3 as it's good for an actor to discover new roles and new characters. Now, I feel even if I would have got good offers after Jai Ho I still would have done this film," she said. (Also Read: Daisy Shah's 'Dream Role' is Bhagyashree's in Maine Pyar Kiya)
Directed by Vishal Pandya, Hate Story 3, which also stars Sharman Joshi, Zareen Khan and Karan Singh Grover, released on December 4.
Daisy feels there is demand for masala and bold content as well.
"Intimacy (in Indian movies) has been selling for almost a decade. Unless you get a big star in the movie, the movie works or else you need that masala in the film. People are coming in theatres so they get entertained and they pay so much, so they need that bold content. Hate Story 3 has a good story and bold content, so it's like icing on the cake," she added.

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