Actress Shweta Bhardwaj, who made her debut in Bollywood with
, is now gearing up for a breakthrough role in an upcoming foreign film, where she will be seen donning 72 different looks.
"I play the role of a French girl who is a translator. She is translating in different countries so there are 72 different looks in which you see her, like I am 20 shades darker when I am in Africa," Bhardwaj told PTI.
"The director of the film is from New York and there are lot of actors from Bollywood. The film is just getting ready to be showcased in film festivals. I hope we'll see it on the big screen soon," said the actress, who starred opposite Vivek Oberoi in her first film.
Bhardwaj is also awaiting the release of her next film 'Loot' which will be released in November.
A former Gladrags model, the actress was in town to walk the ramp for Indo-French designer duo Lecoanet and Hemant's Autumn-Winter collection,'Green' at the 15th Wills Lifetyle India Fashion Week.
"She is a very alive person and it's a dress we created especially for her. We just figured out that she would be perfect for the collection," said Hemant.
Bhardwaj wore a black solid off shoulder long flowy dress with a black and white net.
"I have done modelling in the past. I met Hemant and Lecoanet recently and it was a pleasure to walk for them as we want to give a message of saving the environment," Bhardwaj said.
The range used fabrics like khadi, organic cotton, poplin and chiffon used to enhance the 'green' theme with drapes and flowing necklines.