Vinay is currently in Toronto and is waiting to shoot with Palicki.
Apparently, the duo has many sizzling sequences together in the film, but Vinay is tight-lipped about it.
"You'll have to wait to see what kind of a chemistry I share with Adrianne in 'Dr. Cabbie'. She is one helluva beautiful girl, and I can't wait to begin my first schedule with her in Toronto later this month," he said.
Vinay and his "Dr. Cabbie" director Jean-Francois Pouliot were in Delhi recently to shoot Vinay's character's introductory scenes.
Surprisingly, the 50-member unit of the movie shot in Old Delhi's crowded Chandni Chowk
"We had absolutely no problem shooting in Chandni Chowk. My director Jean-Francois Pouliot, Lilette Dubey (who plays my mother) and I shot with a huge team from Canada in the thick of Chandni Chowk. And we had no problems whatsoever," he said of his experience.
Vinay says the film, which he has co-written, raises vital issues regarding Indians who work abroad.
"Countless Indians who leave their country find it hard to get jobs when their academic qualifications are disregarded abroad. I play one such character who is a qualified medical doctor from Delhi.
"But when he arrives in Toronto he discovers his medical degrees are invalid. So he becomes a taxi driver and starts a mobile doctor's clinic in his cab," he said.
Vinay co-wrote the film based on his own experiences.
When one asks where the lovely Palicki fits in, Vinay said: "That's where the plot gets provocative. All I can say is, Adrianne has a very important role to perform."
Vinay looks back on his role in Bejoy Nambiar's "David" with much fondness.
"I wish the film had worked better. I am very proud of 'David'. I couldn't have hoped for a better launch. Anytime that Bejoy asks me to do another film, I will run and do it."
The talented young enthusiastic actor's father is a Toronto-based businessman Ajay Virmani, who is Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar's close friend.