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Murder 3: Randeep Hooda, Aditi Rao Hydari, Sara Loren Take Promotions To A Nightclub!
MUMBAI: Not content with mere appearances and promotional events at studios, malls and other public places, the ‘Murder 3’ team shifted their promotions to Mumbai’s trendy nightclub: FBar.
The popular nightspot in the city got three famous daytime visitors in the form of Randeep Hooda, Aditi Rao Hydari and Sara Loren promote their upcoming thriller film ‘Murder 3’. The trio upped the hotness quotient in their sexy avatar: Randeep in his patent graphic printed tee, Aditi in a maroon cocktail dress (with a plunging neckline, we might add!), and Sara in a one-shouldered blue mini dress.
This time around, the third ‘Murder’ installment will see Aditi Rao Hydari in a ‘bold’ avatar. The usually coy ‘girl-next-door’ actress will be seen in some very racy scenes, as is characteristic of a Bhatt film heroine. Says the ‘London, Paris, New York’ actress: “I can be sweet looking innocent girl but I may have a sensual side to me which I would love to explore. And I have done that in ‘Murder 3′. That is what actors are meant for. They just need to bring out things and do it effortlessly with fun.”
However, Aditi was quick to clarify that she doesn’t want to be typecast as a “bold actress” either, post ‘Murder 3’. Says the pretty young thing, “I think everybody has his or her own journey and tags. I think there is much more to me than just being bold. And I hope people will see that. I think boldness is not the only thing in my personality but there is lot more. I don’t want to be tagged as you get put in a slot box and you can’t move away from it. I would feel claustrophobic and I don’t like that.”