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If Emraan Hashmi is a man of his words, then there are reasons for his fans to be disheartened. Believe it or not, the original serial kisser of Bollywood now seems to have stuck to his word of not doing any more kissing scenes. At least his next release The Train is a proof of it. In a recent talk, Emraan Hashmi talks about his upcoming movie, The Train.
What is your film The Train all about?
The title of the film reveals something and a train plays a vital role in the storyline of the movie. The two central characters of the film, Geeta and me meet on the train for the first time and the incident has a huge impact on our lives.
Have you ever travelled by a train yourself?
Yes, a number of times. I used to commute daily by trains while in college. But the difference in the movie and my life is that I used to travel by the Mumbai local trains and this movie involves a train in Bangkok.
From what you said, this film sounds like a love story?
Not at all. This film is not a love story. To a certain extent, it can be called a story about an extra-marital affair. Since both Geeta and I are married in the film and are attracted to each other, there may be a third character.
Being a film on extra-marital affairs, does this film have any kissing scenes?
No. there's no such scene in the film. But being a sory of an extra-marital affair it does have intimate scenes. But no kissing scenes at all.
Coming to your personal life, has it changed after marriage?
There haven't been any major changes in my life. My attitude towards my work hasn't changed even a bit. It is just the same.