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Tanushree Dutta Recalls ‘Awkward’ Kisses With Emraan Hashmi: ‘He Is Not The Most Comfortable Kisser’

Curated By: Chirag Sehgal

Last Updated: December 09, 2023, 08:03 IST

Tanushree Dutta and Emraan Hashmi’s kiss in Aashiq Banaya Aapne remains most talked about to date. (Photo: IMDb)

Tanushree Dutta worked with Emraan Hashmi in three films – Aashiq Banaya Aapne, Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets and Good Boy, Bad Boy.

Tanushree Dutta worked with Emraan Hashmi in three films – Aashiq Banaya Aapne (2005), Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets (2005) and Good Boy, Bad Boy (2007). However, their kiss in Aashiq Banaya Aapne remains the most talked about to date. In a recent interview, Tanushree opened up about the same and called her kissing scenes with Emraan ‘awkward’. She went on to say that the actor is not the ‘most comfortable kisser’ and added that they did not have any chemistry off-screen.

Tanushree Dutta Calls Emraan Hashmi ‘Not The Most Comfortable Kisser’

“Emraan, for me, has always been an actor from Day 1. I did three films with him. 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,” Tanushree told Filmgyan.

Tanushree Dutta’s Career In Bollywood

Tanushree started her career with Aashiq Banaya Aapne. Later, the actress was featured in several other films including Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets, Bhagam Bhag, and 36 China Town. However, she made headlines when she accused Nana Patekar of sexually harassing her during the filming of Horn Ok Pleasss (2008). The actress had a dance number in the movie. Her allegations opened the doors for the #MeToo movement in India and many came forward to share their stories on social media platforms.

Emraan Hashmi Wants To Get Rid Of The ‘Serial Kisser’ Tag

Emraan Hashmi is known as a serial kisser of Bollywood. This is because he created his niche in the industry through his kissing scenes. However, in a recent interview, the actor explained that he wants to do away with that image. “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. It stuck with the journalists and the audience and it’s not like I didn’t benefit from it. Films were doing really well at the box office,” he told Indian Express.

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