Bobby, Lara in murder case
The wrong side of the law has never looked this good before. Lara Dutta, Gul Panag, Bobby Deol and Milind Soman will all flirt with Jurm in Vikram Bhatt's next big screen thriller.
"It's a story about two people who come from very different backgrounds. They meet, the boy chases the girl, they fall in love and get married. In the film I play a simple, middle-class girl while Bobby comes from an affluent family. Everyone around the couple thinks it's a fairytale love story and they are meant to be together forever. But things start to go wrong after marriage. Their relationship unravels to the point where the girl actually fears for her life. And then she makes a call and claims that someone is trying to kill her, in all probability her husband. Eventually, she gets murdered," says Lara.
Delighted to break out of the item girl mould, the ex-Miss Universe is looking forward to her first power-packed performance. "It's the kind of role that I am excited about after a very long time. The plot has so many twists and turns and keeps shifting between the past and the present. The shock, suspense and thrills will keep the audience on the edge of their seats," she says.
Lara isn't the only one who sizzles in the film. Giving her company is fellow beauty queen Gul Panag. "I'm a girl called Sonia who comes from a well-to-do family and is madly in love with Bobby. She will do just about anything to get him," says the former Miss India.
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