New Delhi: Bollywood actress Celina Jaitley will be seen fighting against sexual harassment at workplace in her upcoming film `Hello Darling`.
The film stars Eesha Koppikhar and Gul Panag alongwith Celina as her colleagues while Javed Jaffery plays the role of the boss.
"Hello Darling is about three women from different backgrounds working together in an office where they are subjected to sexual harassment by their boss. The whole thing is shown in a lighter mood and shows how they teach their boss a lesson in their own way," Celina told reporters.
The comedy, directed by debutante Manoj Tiwari and produced by Ashok Ghai, will hit theatres on August 27.
The movie also has Celina doing a Helen in the hit song `Aa Jaane Jaan` from the 1969 movie `Inteqam`.
"It was amazing filming for the song because I think all of us have at least once in our lives stood in front of the miror and danced to `Aa Jaane Jaan..`, it was a great experience," said Celina.
Apart from working in Bollywood films `Thank You` and `Will You Marry Me`, Celina is all set to begin shooting her first Hollywood movie `Quest of Scheherazade`.
"The movie goes on floor this November, we are shooting in Egypt," said the actress, who will be sharing screen space with Hollywood stars like Sean Connery and Orlando Bloom in the Ken Khan directed movie.
The 31-year-old actress was recently in the capital to walk the ramp for designer Narendra Kumar as a part of Signature`s Seven Sensations Fashion tour.
"It feels good to walk the ramp everytime as it lets me come back to where I started my career. As an actor, you have to let go of all your inhibitions to portray a certain character, so it sometimes feels good to just dress like a mannequin and walk," said the former Miss India.
Celina has been seen in a number of funny films like `No Entry` and `Apna Sapna Money Money` and said she enjoys acting in comedy films the most.
"I enjoy doing comedy, but it is very tough as well. I remember during `Golmaal Returns`, the day I was to shoot the climax scene, my brother had met with an accident and was in a hospital. Despite that I went on to do so much comedy in that scene," said the actress.
Celina is also an active supporter of the Lesbian, Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community and has often campaigned for them.
"It is not about gay rights, its about human rights. There should be somebody to stand up for what is right and God has given me a platform, so why not?" said Celina.