"I loved the script and the fact that it is not a usual, run-of-the-mill character. I liked the character of a Delhi girl looking for excitement and with a desire to prove a point to the sexist society," Kainaz said in a statement.
There was another factor that she loved about the film.
"Since I knew driving, I had a lot of fun driving few of the best cars for the film," she added.
The film, releasing on July 20, also features its director Vickrant as an actor.
Earlier, Deepika Padukone had played the role of a female chauffeur in 2008 film 'Bachna Ae Haseeno'.
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