The 35-year-old actress is the new B-town beauty to turn item girl with the song 'Kaffirana' in the upcoming sci-fi film by Shirish Kunder.
"I had a great time doing the song. It is named 'Kaffirana' and has this rustic Marathi feel to it. I have done my best in it and I hope people enjoy it. "It has some catchy phrases which I am sure will become a trend setter.
This song will be in the league of Munni and Chikni Chameli. Farah has done a fabulous job," said Chitrangada at the ongoing Wills India Fashion Week here.
The actress admitted when she started with 'Hazaron Khwaishein Aisi' no one would have imagined her as a singing-dancing commercial movie heroine.
"I am experimenting with roles and looks now and I think as an actor it is very important to do that. When I started people had never imagined me singing and dancing but I am enjoying every bit of it and that's what keeps me excited."
Chitrangada walked the ramp for designer Kanika Saluja dressed in a royal blue gown with golden embroidery teamed with a golden headgear.
"Fashion to me is comfortable clothing. I am in awe of 60's and 70's design and it is coming back. I wear what I am confident in," she said. "It feels great to walk the ramp for Kanika. I am wearing a blue gown and I feel like an Egyptian goddess. I like the bit of a drama in my dress."