"Initially I was nervous as I was thinking how my chemistry will appear with Abhay in the film," the model-turned-actress said here in an interview.
"It is my first film with him but it was a smooth chemistry between us. We were very professional while working in the film," she added.
However, she feels that it is the audience that will decide their pairing in the film after watching it.
"The audience will decide when they watch the film," she said.
"One By Two" is a love story and revolves around a couple who meet each other while living in Mumbai. Both are fed up with their lives and desperately want their situation to change.
Abhay says the film is a mix of his earlier films, "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara" and "Socha Na Tha", that talked about romance, philoshpy and adventure.
"'One by Two' is not a typically romantic comedy. There is common notion about all of us that we tend to put a film in a particular box so that we can understand which genre the film belongs to, so we have put this film in the rom-com box but it is not a typical romantic comedy," Abhay said in the interview.
"It (The film) is romantic and philosphical as much as 'Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara'. I must say "One By Two" is a mix of 'Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara' and 'Socha Na Tha', he added.
Directed by Devika Bhagat, "One By Two" will hit theatres Jan 31.