You shot with Shah Rukh Khan. What was the experience like? How was he as a co-star, and a dancer?
It was a dream come true to work with him. I have hoped and prayed for a moment like this and it came true. He is extremely professional and really really nice.
Did you listen to the original 'Laila Oh Laila' track and watch Zeenat Aman dancing to it in the film Qurbani before doing your take?
Yes, and I liked that version as well.
Shah Rukh Khan working with you signifies a major step ahead for your career in Bollywood. Do you agree?
I believe it's an amazing step in a good direction. I don't know what the future holds but I hope people like the song, dancing and Mr Khan and me on the same screen.
Obviously the A-list heroes would have no hesitation any longer in working with you. Is that a good thought?
We shall see what happens but I surely hope so.
2016 seems to be a busy year for you?
It is a busy year but that is exactly how I want it to be. I want to grow personally and professionally in so many ways. So many things that my husband Daniel Weber, my team and myself have worked on are now finally coming together. It feels great to have a lot of good things happening.