"This particular film is about relationships and there is love, lust and sex in (all) relationships... that is natural. So, there is that element. 'Murder 3' is far beyond these things... it is not only about erotica. It is a fantastic story," the 34-year-old here Wednesday in an interview.
Aditi is also all praise for first-time director Vishesh Bhatt, son of veteran filmmaker Mukesh Bhatt.
"Vishesh handled this film amazingly. It is his first film, he studies in New York and had a very clear idea about what he wants," said the actress, previously seen in films like "Rockstar" and "London, Paris, New York".
"Murder 3", releasing Feb 15, also stars Randeep Hooda and Pakistani actress Sara Loren.
Asked about the reason behind quitting "Raanjhnaa", Aditi said: "It was a very nice part, I would have wanted to do the film but I had committed to 'Muder 3' already."
"If I have committed to something, I cannot do anything else. I did not even sign 'Raanjhnaa'."
The role is now being played by Swara Bhaskar.
Being directed by Aanand Rai, "Raanjhnaa" also stars Dhanush, Sonam Kapoor and Abhay Deol.
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