"I can't sleep. I go to sleep about 11 o'clock (in the night) but I just don't land up sleeping before 3 o'clock in the morning because I am really excited and I am really nervous," the 29-year-old said here Tuesday while promoting the film at Mithibhai college.
"This is the first time I am doing a film of this genre and I just hope that everybody likes it," she added. Sarah was scheduled to take a cab ride around Mumbai starting from Mithibhai college but rain played spoilsport and the plan was cancelled.
Talking about visiting a college to promote the film Sarah said: "I know it's a really unique way of promoting a film. Our target audience is youth-related. It is an adult comedy and we are dealing with young adults in colleges who like to go out and have fun and double-meanings are the way of life, so to speak."
"Any joke that you see on your phone that's forwarded, forgive me for saying it, has a dirty connotation to it and that's the point of doing an event like this today," added Sarah who debuted in Bollywood with "Game" in 2011.
Former Miss India and veejay, Sarah further said she likes coming for such events "because it's very important to interact with your audience one-on-one basis and I used to be a VJ so I love doing things like this". "Kya Super Kool Hain Hum" also stars Riteish Deshmukh, Tusshar Kapoor and Neha Sharma and hits theatres July 27.
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