Salman Khan happiest about the viral dialogue: Daisy Shah on her 'Race 3' dialogue

The 33-year-old actor says her co-star Salman Khan is the happiest and the dialogue is so popular now that it has seeped into her day-to-day life.

Published: 12th June 2018 07:26 PM  |   Last Updated: 12th June 2018 07:47 PM   |  A+A-

Daisy shah in 'Race 3'. Youtube Grab

By PTI

MUMBAI: "Our business is our business, none of your business", became viral online with the release of "Race 3" trailer, and actor Daisy Shah is happy that it has become such a rage on social media.

The 33-year-old actor says her co-star Salman Khan is the happiest and the dialogue is so popular now that it has seeped into her day-to-day life. "We never thought that this dialogue would be taken by the audience so well. It's really fun when people give their own version of my dialogue. It has also seeped into my house as if I have a conversation with my sister, she is like, 'Dude, it is my business none of your business'. I am like ok fine," she told PTI.

Daisy, who made her debut opposite Salman in "Jai Ho", says she never asked for work from the actor but he has always been a mentor to her.

"He is not somebody who will step on your shoulder and move ahead, he will make sure that whoever is with him, he/she should grow with him and that is the best thing about him", said Daisy.

She plays a multi-layered character in the movie, which hits the screen this Friday. The film also gave her a chance to do action sequences for the first time.

Elaborating on the action sequence Daisy said she and Jacqueline trained hard for the scenes and hardly used body doubles anywhere because they wanted to experience it. She added, "A lot of hard work has gone into it and now looking on the big screen, it seems that it has paid off really well."

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