Yami Gautam's special treat

glamsham.com editorial
6 October 2012

By Glamsham Editorial

Fresh off the success of her blockbuster debut JA Entertainment's VICKY DONOR, actress Yami Gautam is in a happy space having recently signed a bevy of brands and even gifting herself a special treat, a luxury car that's been on her want-list for quite a while.

Says Yami, "Ever since I can remember I've always wanted to own an Audi and it's overwhelming to finally be able to gift one to myself."

Quite the automobile aficionado, Yami was also recently signed on as the brand ambassador of Chevrolet's Beat "I'm very happy to be associated with the brand as it is one of the finest small cars and an enjoyable ride," adds Yami.

Despite several big names vying for her, Yami is making a conscious effort to sign films and brand deals that appeal to her sensibilities.

Says a source, "Yami was appreciated both by audiences and critics alike for her performance in VICKY DONOR and she wants to stick to making interesting choices when it comes to signing movies and brands that will explore her versatility as an actress."


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