Tanushree Dutta recalls an awkward kissing scene with Emraan Hashmi, revealing they had no chemistry!
Tanushree Dutta recalls an awkward kissing scene with Emraan Hashmi, revealing they had no chemistry!

Source: In an interview with Filmgyan, Tanushree Dutta praised Emraan as a dedicated actor since day 1 but recalled an awkward kissing scene in Chocolate, expressing that she feels they lack chemistry.

Tanushree Dutta, who gained fame with her first Bollywood movie, Aashiq Banaya Aapne 2005, recently shared some interesting details about her on-screen kissing scenes with Emraan Hashmi. The duo, known for their steamy scenes in the past, apparently isn’t as comfortable with kissing in real life. Tanushree recalled a particularly awkward kissing moment with Emraan during the filming of Chocolate, revealing it never made it into the movie.

In an interview with Filmgyan, Tanushree talked about her experiences working with Emraan Hashmi in three films, Aashiq Banaya Aapne (2005), Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets (2005), and Good Boy, Bad Boy (2007). She complimented Emraan’s acting skills, noting his dedication from day one. However, she also admitted that their on-screen chemistry, especially during kissing scenes, was not as comfortable as it appeared to be.

“We shot for a kissing scene in Chocolate too, but they didn’t keep it. It was very awkward the first time. The second time, the awkwardness was reduced. Because personally, in real life, we don’t have any chemistry with each other. He does have a kisser-boy image, but he is not the most comfortable kisser. And neither am I,” said Tanushree.

Starting her acting journey with Aashiq Banaya Aapne, Tanushree Dutta has graced the screen in movies like Dhol, Speed, Saas Bahu Aur Sensex, Rokk, Hum Ne Li Hai Shapath, and more. Additionally, she made special appearances in Bhagam Bhag and 36 China Town.

On the other hand, Emraan Hashmi also expressed that he wants to leave behind the ‘serial kisser’ label. After his latest movie, Tiger 3, he shared that the tag, initially a joke he gave himself, has stuck with people, and he’s ready to move on.

“Then lies an eternal trap for all actors where if you are playing a commercial lead, you will be trapped by a certain archetype of a character or a hero. And here it was this, whatever you call it (serial kisser), it was an absurd name. It was actually given to myself as a joke but stuck with people for some reason,” he told Indian Express. He admitted that he did benefit from it, however, he wanted to move on and try something different.

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