After Brazilian Giselle Monteiro and Mexican Barbara Mori, it's UK’s Airin's turn to make her debut in an Indian movie as an actress. Director Sachin Karande says initially he didn’t plan to cast her in his upcoming film —
. “I met Airin at a common friend’s house as she was down from England for a holiday,” Karande said.
“She was really interested in learning about Hindi films and the way they are made,” he added and wished her luck for venturing in Bollywood.