Bollywood actress Amisha Patel is poised to set the silver screen on fire with her sizzling act in the upcoming Yash Raj production film Thoda Pyar, Thoda Magic.
The glamorous actress, who is paired opposite actor Saif Ali Khan in an scorching item number Lazy Lamhe admits it is really a hot number.
"Well, whether I am looking sexy or not, you have to watch the film, but yes for the first time I am wearing clothes that I never wore before," says the sultry actress, who made her acting debut with the blockbuster Kaho Na Pyar Hai in 2000.
"This song is really hot and will be the turning point of the film. You will see much more of me. My character Mallaika is different, but entertaining in this movie," she says.
Amisha, who has stayed away from the big screen for quite sometime, will be seen together with Rani Mukherjee and Saif Ali Khan.
This film would also be the first time that Amisha and Saif Ali Khan would be seen together on-screen.
The beautiful actress also declined that she is following the 'dare bare' trend set by other actresses like Soha Ali Khan who posed for a magazine shoot or Kareena Kapoor who was seen in a sexy bikini avatar in Yash Raj's recently released Tashan.
"No, it has no connection with all those dare bare trend going on in Bollywood," she clarifies adding that "It was the demand of the character."
The actress claimed that her character in the movie has a different body language and mannerism and it will certainly create an impact among cine lovers.
"It is one of the very different character I am enacting as I had to learn certain acts of mannerisms," says Amisha.
The actress, who has won the best female debut at the 2000 Zee Cine awards for Kaho Naa.. Pyaar Hai and the Filmfare Special Performance award for Gadar: Ek Prem Katha in 2001 has not been seen since her last movie Bhool Bhulaiyaa in October last year where she was cast opposite Akshay Kumar.
This is Kunal Kohli's fourth directorial venture after Mujhse Dosti Karoge, Hum Tum and Fanaa, and the actress is all upbeat about its success.
"It will definitely click with cine lovers," she says.