Rubina was very upset when I kissed Zareen Khan in ‘Aksar 2’, reveals Abhinav Shukla

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The trailer of Aksar 2, starring Abhinav Shukla, Zareen Khan and Gautam Rode was already released. The film is a sequel to the 2006 film which starred Emraan Hashmi, Udita Goswami and Dino Morea.

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The trailer of Abhinav’s Bollywood venture Aksar 2 with Zareen Khan has just come out and Oh My God it was soo hot. The actor who is Rubina Dilaik’s boyfriend can be seen shooting some seriously intimate and steamy scenes with Zareen Khan.

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While Abhinav was clinical in his approach, Rubina was not very comfortable seeing her boyfriend kiss on screen. He says TOI, “On-screen kissing is quite technical. I have kissed even in my earlier film ‘Roar’ and a TV show. There are so many people watching you that there is no scope for any feelings to develop. So, there is no reason for your girlfriend to get upset. However, despite being an actress, Rubina was very upset and I had to explain it to her. She felt that if I had to kiss on screen, the scene should be really crucial to the storyline.”

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Describing how uncomfortable the shoot was, Abhinav says, “Both Zareen and I were sitting in a tent and it was so hot that I wanted the scene to get over. Even on my TV show, the actress kissed kissed me in a jiffy and before I could realise what happened, everything was over.”

Abhinav Shukla and Rubina
Ask Abhinav if he is comfortable with Rubina romancing Vivian Dsena in her show “Shakti…Astitva Ek Ehsaas Ki” and he says, “If the show was happening 10 years ago, maybe I would not have been happy about it. However, I have matured over the years and I know that it’s a part of the job. In fact, I told Rubina to do romantic scenes convincingly; otherwise they would not look real and it would not be fair to the viewers and the makers.”

Abhinav adds, “If you are still uncomfortable watching your partner get intimate on screen, you can avoid watching that scene, but you can’t stop him/ her from doing justice to their profession.”

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