“This poor girl (Urvashi). When she came to meet me for the first time I thought there would be no one better than her in the role of a ghost, but a sweet ghost. She looks very good so there could be no one better than her, but then she got scared and ran away. But for the next three months, I kept tracking her.”
“Tushar Hiranandani (writer) was after her and finally they caught her and convinced her that it was not a vulgar film, just a little bit vulgar, not that vulgar as you think and it was a lot more funnier. And then I narrated the script to her and then she agreed to do the film,” Kumar said, at the trailer launch of the film.
The third instalment of the Masti franchise is a sex comedy with a horror backdrop. Great Grand Masti releases on 22 July.