Soha, 34, said she is a huge fan of the actor and took inspiration from him to portray her character of inspector Shanti Priya in the mad-cap comedy. 'I am excited about my role because for the first time I will be doing action alongwith comedy.
My character is like Salman Khan's Chulbul Pandey and I have taken inspiration from him. 'I am a huge Salman fan and had a crush on him when I watched 'Maine Pyar Kiya'. Though I haven't shared screen space with him till now, he has always been very supportive to me,' Soha told PTI.
Directed by debutante Sameer Tiwari, the film also stars Paresh Rawal, Arshad Warsi and Jaaved Jaffery. It will go on floors this month. To prepare for her character, Soha is taking some martial art lessons. 'I have enrolled myself for Kung Fu classes.
My character demands a lot of action. It's not a tough task because I am a fitness freak. I do yoga and hit the gym regularly. But self-defence is something which is completely new to me. 'I don't have to prepare myself for comedy because it is something which cannot be taught. Comedies are all about timing,' she added.
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