Looks like Positive feedback to her debut performance in 'Grand Masti' has taken Kainaat Arora by surprise as she honestly didn't expect this kind of response. It's overwhelming for her. Playing Marlo, however, was quite a challenge for her. "Being a woman, speaking those lines with double meaning was not easy. She said, plus To express the dialogues with innocence, without making them sound vulgar, was a challenge. It was a good learning experience for the former model turned actress..
Makers of `Grand Masti`, which is a sequel to the 2004 hit film `Masti`, have tied up with a leading publishing house to release a book based on the adult-comedy. This is the first time that an international publishing house, Harlequin India, who are the makers of Mills & Boon, has licensed the character rights of a Hindi feature film. Titled as `Grand Masti: The Fun Never Ends`, the book will feature fun, rib-tickling and excitement-filled adventures of the three main characters of the film- Amar, Meet and Prem, that are being played by Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Oberoi and Aftab Shivdasani respectively on screen. Producer Ashok Thakeria believes that this move will help the film reach out to a wider audience. The print book will be available across the Indian sub-continent. The film directed by Indra Kumar will see the trio reprise their roles once again. Besides, the film will also see six actresses - Manjari Fadnis, Karishma Tanna, Sonalee Kulkarni, Kainaat Arora, Bruna Abdalah and Maryam Zakaria in lead roles. click for more:- http://www.moviezadda.com/