With her kissing scene with Randeep Hooda in her Hindi flick ‘Do Lafzon Ki Kahani’ creating flutter, Kajal Aggarwal has broken the silence on the issue for the first time.
“It has been unnecessarily sensationalised. I play a visually challenged girl in the movie and the scene was about she expressing her feelings for her man. I don’t understand why people are making it a big issue,” she said.
The ‘Thupakki’ actress said that though she was initially hesitant to do that scene, she did it later after she understood its relevance.
Recently, the film’s director Deepak said in a statement, “I do remember Kajal had told me that she does not do kissing scenes on screen, as she is a huge south Indian movie star, and this would impact her career in south movies. But let me tell you there was no intention to malign her or kiss her out of force; it was the emotional moment between two lovers as per the script, and I generally prefer actors doing scenes impromptu, so Randeep followed the emotional quotient of the scene, and made a go at it.”
He added: “Sure it did send Kajal in a state of some shock, and she did back off calling for a cut, but, later on, once I had explained to her the significance of the lip lock, she surrendered herself to the script, and went on to do the scene with all the passion she could put in.”