Actor Kainaz Motivala's debut film Ragini MMS was widely promoted while her next, Challo Driver, has seen low-scale promotions. However, she is not disappointed.
"This is an independent film, Ragini (Ragini MMS), of course, was a Balaji (Balaji Telefilms Ltd) film so the difference (in promotions) is expected. But I think this film's USP is that it will gain word-of-mouth publicity. I think it's going to be great," the 25-year-old said in an interview. "If you liked my performance in Ragini, please watch Challo Driver. This is a very different character, never-before-seen on Indian screens," she added.
Challo Driver has Kainaz in the role of a chauffeur and also stars Vickrant Mahajan, the director of the film, in the male lead. It hits theatres Friday.