Caterina Lopez in Bhindi Bazaar Inc

February 1st, 2011

Jennifer Lopez’s not so famous cousin sister, Caterina Lopez is looking up to Bollywood for that name and fame. In simple words she is trying to make it big in Hollywood via Bollywood. Wah kya baat hai…!
Caterina is in Mumbai to flaunt her sexy curves in an item number for a film titled Bhindi Baazaar Inc. The song is quite raunchy with lyrics like “taan ke seena…ho ja kameena”.

Caterina says “it is the opportunity to dance on a Bollywood song and get familiar with the Hindi film industry. When they approached me for this sexy item number, I jumped up at it. And this gave me the perfect chance to come and work in Mumbai, which is the New York of India. I’d love to do a full-fledged role in a Bollywood film soon”.

Caterina also has a huge crush on the king of romance Shah Rukh Khan. "I think he is very charming and I’ve had this big crush on him. I hope to meet him soon," she smiles.

Bhindi Baazaar Release Date: 25 February 2011
Banner: Thoughts Production
Producer: Karana Arora
Director: Ankush Bhatt
Cast: Kay Kay Menon, Prashant Narayan, Piyush Mishra, Pawan Malhotra, Shilpa Shukla, Deepti Naval, Shweta Verma, Vedita Pratap Singh, Caterina Lopez, Gautam
Music Director: Sandeep-Surya
Cinematographer: Ram Shreyas, Viraj Singh
Story Writer: Ghalib Asad Bhopali, Kapil Gulati


Set in the underbelly of Mumbai, between the infamous by lanes where ‘Greed is a Culture’ and ‘Deceit becomes a Compulsion’. The film revolves around gangs of Mumbai who have embraced pickpocketing as an art
and a means of earning a livelihood. They use their intelligence as a canvas and their spontaneity as a brush to survive in this dangerous profession.

‘Bhindi Baazaar Inc.’ is the story of a pawn and his calculated moves to reach the other end of the chessboard. Revolving around vicious crime syndicates, the film starts with a game of chess being played between two characters; ‘Shroff’ and ‘Darzi’. It highlights the ambitious and planned moves of a pawn to reach the other end of the board. Their every move in the game correlates with life in the real world and how people are used or killed as the game progresses. The story is based on the quest of a small time pickpocket ‘Fateh’ and his ambitions to become a MAMU (local area don).

The screenplay underlines the gritty politics, feared hierarchy, unspoken rules, authoritative commands, shrewd intelligence, crafty wit and cold blooded betrayals, within the business.

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