On International Kissing Day 2018 NYOOOZ has compiled a list of most controversial on-screen kissing scenes.
Kisses in Hindi films are very common, not just now a days but since the veteran times of Bollywood. And right from Vinod Khanna to Emraan Hashmi, mainstream actors in our cinema have been through a lot of controversies all thanks to their reel life lip-locks. So, today on International Kissing Day 2018 NYOOOZ has compiled a list of most controversial on-screen kissing scenes. Check out
Madhuri Dixit-Vinod Khanna in ‘Dayavan’
This was one of the most controversial scenes of that times as Madhuri romanced Vinod Khanna who was 20 yrs senior to her. Later in one of her interviews the actress confessed that she regrets doing that scene.
Aamir Khan-Karisma Kapoor in ‘Raja Hindustani’
‘Raja Hindustani’ was a hit and known for two major reasons, one for renewing Karisma Kapoor’s career and two for this kissing scene
Emraan Hashmi-Mallika Sherawat in ‘Murder’
How can we forget the serial kisser when we’re talking about the kissing scenes. Emraan Hashmi much known for kissing his co-actresses in every film started it all from the film ‘Murder’ where he was casted opposite sex-bomb Mallika Sherawat and their multiple love-making scenes made the movie a hit.
Hrithik Roshan-Aishwarya Rai in ‘Dhoom 2’
Aishwarya Rai and Hrithik Roshan have always been termed as one of the most gorgeous on-screen jodis. They looked sensational in Jodha Akbar and ‘Dhoom 2’. But their lip-lock scene in the action-thriller questioned Aishwarya’s good-girl image. Aishwarya, who never kissed on-screen before even had to apologise to her fans for it.
Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif in ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’
Just like Aishwarya even Shah Rukh is said to have never kissed on-screen until Yash Chopra’s last film ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ happened. He broke the no-kissing-on-screen norm and went on to lock lips with his co-star Katrina Kaif.
So guys, which one out of the above do you think is the hottest kissing scene? Do share your thought in the comments section below.
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