I have not been approached for Jism 3: Nathalia
It was reported that model Nathalia Kaur will replace Sunny Leone in the third installment of the Jism series. However, Nathalia says that nothing of this sort has been confirmed.
"I would love to work with Pooja and Mahesh Bhatt but neither of them has approached me and I haven't been contacted for Jism 3 yet," says Nathalia.
When contacted, Mahesh Bhatt said: "I had only suggested that Nathalia should be casted; the choice is Pooja's." Pooja remained unavailable for comment.
Nathalia is on good terms with the Bhatts and was featured in the posters for Jism 2. "The lead wasn't finalised then. They decided on Sunny much after we finished the poster shoot at Pooja's weekend house in Lonavala," Nathalia says.
The model had done an item number in Ram Gopal Varma's Department post the Jism 2 poster shoot. RGV had announced that she was his discovery, but Nathalia maintains that she has been modeling since she was 14 and didn't need to be discovered. "It is not that I have suddenly landed here. Nobody discovered me. I had an amazing chance to be in Ramu's film and I was lucky to work with Pooja. But I have discovered myself and have availed the opportunities which came along," she says.
Recently, there were reports that RGV has dropped her from his next project due to her impending marriage. But mention this and Nathalia seems irked. "I can just say that I am not getting married now for sure. And if he has dropped me, one should ask him the question, not me. Even I read of it only in the newspapers," she says, adding, "It is RGV's film. He is directing it and it is up to him to decide who he will cast or not."
Prod her further, and she says, "We have signed a contract but we are hardly in touch with each other. Ramu's busy with his project Bhoot 2. We never said that we would do a film now, tomorrow or in the next 5-10 years."
Apart from speculations of her being a part of Jism 3 and being dropped from RGV's next, the actor doesn't really have any other projects in hand. "I don't want to sound like a fool by telling people that I have signed 10 films. At present, I am only reading scripts and it might take some time for me to finalise on projects," she signs off.
News Source: The Times of India