“She made me look like a loser. She is the best dancer in the country, and I look like a loser in front of her. In fact, she tried to underplay so that we can look good,” Jackky, who is a flexible dancer himself, said here.
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Their co-actor Arshad Warsi, who has been in the cinema world for a long time, was quick to add: “She is a professional. There is nobody who can compare to her. So, you sit and you watch…just the way she did with my acting!”
Trust Arshad with his sense of humour!
Produced by Vashu Bhagnani and directed by Ashish R. Mohan, ‘Welcome To Karachi’ is a political satire releasing on May 21.