Georgia Andriani is All ready for Bollywood Debut but Cannot Wait to Bag a Project with Boyfriend Arbaaz Khan
Supermodel Georgia Andriani is now all set to take the plunge into Indian cinema. She will be foraying into Bollywood with a comedy titled Welcome To Bajrangpur.
Arbaaz Khan was in the news when he announced his official split from former wife and Bollywood actor Malaika Arora. While the two eventually went their own ways, she made headlines for her romance with Arjun Kapoor while Arbaaz was continuously being linked to Georgia Andriani. The supermodel is now all set to take the plunge into Indian cinema. With love in the air for the pair, Georgia expressed her desire to work with Arbaaz on a project. She will be foraying into Bollywood with a comedy titled Welcome To Bajrangpur. Georgia, however, hopes to work with her beau whenever the right script comes along, reported India Today.
When asked when people can expect to see her opposite Arbaaz in a film, Georgia said, "Whenever a nice narration comes to us and if we both like it, we will definitely work together in a film." Speaking about whether she seeks career advice from Arbaaz, one of the biggest producers on the block, Georgia added, "He has a lot of experience working in this industry. I talk to him about how things work over here, what works in a film and what makes a film do well in this country because I have come here from another country.” She was speaking to the media at the announcement of Welcome To Bajrangpur, along with Shreyas Talpade.
Georgia said she loves comedy, which was a big reason she chose the film for a debut. "I think it's a really interesting project, and my character resonates with me. Over the past two to three years, I have been working on my dancing and acting skills, and speaking Hindi as preparation for the role,” she stated. Apart from Welcome To Bajrangpur, Georgia will also feature in a special dance number in the Salman Khan-starrer Dabangg 3. She has also learnt Tamil for an upcoming web series. "All the people around me speak in Hindi, so I will learn both languages slowly. I think learning Tamil is a bigger challenge for me than learning Hindi,” she concluded.