Sexy actresses audition for "Lan Kwai Fong 3"

12 Jun – With the success of "Lan Kwai Fong" and its sequel, it was revealed that a lot of young and aspiring actresses are interested in Wilson Chin's upcoming third "Lan Kwai Fong" movie, soon to begin filming.

As reported on Asian Fanatics, the director and producer Ng Kin Hung recently held an audition for the third instalment's new cast, and were surprised at the turnout.

It was stated that with the success of both "Lan Kwai Fong" actors Shiga Lin and Sammy Shum, who were recently nominated in the HKFA Best Actor and Actress categories, aspiring award-seekers such as busty bombshells Barbie Ha and Kiko O, as well as Rainky Wai, Monna Lam, Diva Hui, and even Wilson's girlfriend, Calinda Chan.

Barbie, who attended the audition in a low cut dress, expressed her willingness to play a sexy or funny character in the movie, although she was not as willing to film any bikini scenes.

Meanwhile, Rainky Wai, who attended the audition looking demure, shared that the photos in her photobook that she brought along will speak for itself. Confident about being cast, Rainky stated, "I haven't worked on any intimate scene with the opposite sex, I want to try some romance. But we still have to discuss the level of sexiness in detail."

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