"As an actor, I want to explore myself (my talent). I feel very content to carry out a role that is completely different from 'Jai Ho'. I'm pushing the bar (limits) for myself after 'Jai Ho'," Daisy said here.

In 'Hate Story 3', Daisy essays a strong-headed businesswoman. She said the role was challenging as she had to mentally prepare herself for it.

The actress features in the film with Zareen Khan, Karan Singh Grover and Sharman Joshi. And she says there was never a scope for a catfight with Zareen.

"I wish I could give you such gossip, but we don't share screen space in the film. We don't come across each other in the movie," Daisy said.

Touted to be an erotic thriller, the third instalment of the 'Hate Story' franchise is directed by Vishal Pandya. It releases on December 4.

 

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