Other than comedies, she loves romantic films, and says she would have always chosen either one of them for her first film.
"I enjoy comedies and love stories and so I always wanted to do a comedy. But comedy is not an easy thing to do," Kainaat told IANS.
She said the "Grand Masti" experience was thrilling. The movie is a sequel to the 2004 film "Masti".
"It is fun shooting for comedy films. 'Grand Masti' was double the fun as 'Masti' itself was a big comedy film. The story is different this time. It is a different script. Being a part of the film by Indra Kumar was a treat as he is an interesting filmmaker," she said.
The actress will be seen opposite Vivek Oberoi.
"I was very happy and glad that I am featuring opposite Vivek. I was so happy as I have seen the first part. He is a very supportive guy. I have seen his negative roles also and have liked them. He has a great comic timing and there was not one even one serious moment for us," she said.
Kainaat hails from Dehradhun and she has completed her studies in merchandising from National Institute of Fashion Technology in New Delhi. But her desire was always to get into acting.
"I always knew that I wanted to be an actress... since I was six years old! After my college, I was getting offers for advertisements. I also walked the ramp for many designers. Everything was happening on its own and I never planned much. I was working without a portfolio," she said.
The actress entered Bollywood with the song "Aila re Aila" with Akshay Kumar in film "Khatta Meetha", directed by Priyadarshan.
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