Bipasha Basu has a surprise in store tonight
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"The promo would be unveiled at a glittering event tonight at a five star hotel in Mumbai. Though the trend is to showcase the promo followed by media interaction, there is more in store as director Suparn Verma has thought of something out of the box. He has planned something unique for Bipasha and would be scaring the daylights out of her. It could be on the stage, in the middle of a party or during a casual conversation. No one other than Suparn and his close associates know what is in the offering", informs a source.
While Bipasha has been kept in dark about the surprise element, her co-star Nawazuddin Siddiqui doesn't have any inkling about it either. One wonders though whether leaking of this piece of information may alert Bipasha.
"Now that Bipasha may be reading this, she may be on her toes. Still that's okay in her wildest dreams that she can't imagine what would really happen. She would be startled for sure, if not shocked", the source quips.
As for Suparn, he is sure that the lady would be taking it all in a positive spirit.
"I know her since the time she was 16 and just starting in the industry. We wanted to work for years now and she was my first choice in Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena as well as Acid Factory. She is a sport and would love every bit of what happens in the evening. We are going to make the kick-start of Aatma special for her", he says.
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