Actor Vivek Oberoi, who is paired opposite Mallika Sherawat in upcoming film "Kismat Love Paisa Dilli" (KLPD), says the bold actress is an icon for sensuality, and her potential hasn't been recognised.
"Mallika is a big icon for sensuality and I think it is something which has not been recognised. The amount of contribution Mallika has added to the bold woman as a heroine - from the meek girl to the really strong powerful Indian woman, is commendable," Vivek told reporters during the promotional event of the movie, here.
Mallika says Vivek's character in the movie is "horniest".
"In real life he is a true gentleman, but in the film, he is so horny it is unbelievable," said the actress.
In real life, Vivek is happy with his career and eagerly awaiting the arrival of his baby. His wife, Priyanka, is expecting.
"I have only thanked god for everything because this year I am doing nine films. There is some good news at home as well. God has given good news at my house, so thank you Ganapati Bappa," he said.
The feeling of becoming a father is "is phenomenal and I can't explain it in words," says Vivek, adding: "It is a beautiful growth of relationship between a man and woman."
Directed by Sanjay Khaduri, "KLPD" is slated to release Oct 5.
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