Mumbai: Actors Mahie Gill and Randeep Hooda, who gave some up, close and personal shots including a kiss for Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster, feel there’s no big deal about intimate scenes.
“People were talking about it (the kiss) earlier. But after watching the film, nobody talked about it, which is a good thing. My family saw the film but they didn’t even mention it or ask me about it,” Mahie said.
Randeep, who earlier shot steamy scenes for his long-delayed film Rang Rasiya, too justified the scenes.
“It is a part of the film… It is not pornographic. It is actually a very emotional scene in which two lovers indulge in physical intimacy which is very natural. So when you see the film, you won’t find it sleazy, you will feel the emotions,” he said.
The movie, which released on Sep 30, is directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia and features Jimmy Shergill.
The film talks about betrayal, and is said to have been inspired by the principal characters of Guru Dutt’s 1962 classic Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam.