"Delhi is considered as an unsafe city for women, but I think it makes them more strong and gives them power to fight for their safety," Kainaz told IANS. The actress, recently seen in "Challo Driver", admits that before visiting Delhi, she didn't have a good opinion about the city, where she shot the movie. But that is changing now.
"Delhi is far better than Mumbai as it is less crowded. After coming here I realised how rocking this city is. I visited places like Delhi Haat, Khan Market and Chandni Chowk where I had the best food items, I loved it," she said.
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