Kisses, liplocks and more intimate scenes are not a taboo in the B-Town anymore. Off late we see that the actors in Bollywood films have been getting bolder as they explore with some passionate scenes in movies. Some kisses have brought forth chemistries and a few others may have even created controversies. Now we have the Nawab of Bollywood Saif Ali Khan giving his views on kissing in Indian movies.
Saif believes that Bollywood and Indian movies in general can do without kissing scenes as he feels it does not suit us. “In India, it is not required in our films to have kissing scenes. I don’t think it’s required to be overly sexual. It doesn’t suit us," Saif expressed.
Saif went on to talk about how hypocritical we tend to be at times. “Nobody looks comfortable doing it (kissing in movies). And slowly, slowly reports filter through that when somebody has tried to be a little risque, that people don’t seem to like it. I think the kind of cinema we have, we are a hypocritical culture,” he said.
The 43-year-old actor did have valid points and even spoke out Indian culture. "I would not like to kiss onscreen because I think it’s not required. It’s not done well enough. And there are few times onscreen that a kiss is warranted and when it is, it should be done in a way that it means everything. But our culture is about not kissing in public,” Saif explained. So does this mean we will not see Saif kissing on-screen!