Karisma Kapoor, Aamir Khan lip-lock in Raja Hindustani: Here's what Dilip Kumar said after watching it

First Published Nov 27, 2020, 5:45 PM IST

Movie Raja Hindustani had a lip-locking scene between Karisma Kapoor and Aamir, here's what Dilip Kumar had said, read on.
 

<p style="text-align: justify;">Raja Hindustani was considered to be one of the bold movies at that time because of the longest steamy lip-lock scene. In an interview with Times of India, director Dharmesh Darshan shared that Dilip Kumar once equated his Mughal-E-Azam feather caressing scene with Madhubala to this scene.<br />
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Raja Hindustani was considered to be one of the bold movies at that time because of the longest steamy lip-lock scene. In an interview with Times of India, director Dharmesh Darshan shared that Dilip Kumar once equated his Mughal-E-Azam feather caressing scene with Madhubala to this scene.
 

<p style="text-align: justify;">The director further mentioned, "There were no catcalls, in fact, there was pin drop silence at the time of the kissing scene in the theatre when the film released; I myself was witness to the quietness when I had gone to see it. I was wondering if that meant there was no response. But something happened after 5 minutes, when the 'Pardesi jaana nahin' song came. People started clapping throughout the song."<br />
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The director further mentioned, "There were no catcalls, in fact, there was pin drop silence at the time of the kissing scene in the theatre when the film released; I myself was witness to the quietness when I had gone to see it. I was wondering if that meant there was no response. But something happened after 5 minutes, when the 'Pardesi jaana nahin' song came. People started clapping throughout the song."
 

<p style="text-align: justify;">The director confirmed the part that he edited the kissing scene a bit, but with that had nothing to do with the Censor Board.<br />
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The director confirmed the part that he edited the kissing scene a bit, but with that had nothing to do with the Censor Board.
 

<p style="text-align: justify;">He even mentioned that this kissing scene had received many appraisals. And that Dilip Kumar had said it was a tender scene which was gently and wonderfully handled equating his feather caressing scene with Madhubala.<br />
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He even mentioned that this kissing scene had received many appraisals. And that Dilip Kumar had said it was a tender scene which was gently and wonderfully handled equating his feather caressing scene with Madhubala.
 

<p style="text-align: justify;">While talking about the scene, the director disclosed that the actors were comfortable enough to shoot this scene.</p>

While talking about the scene, the director disclosed that the actors were comfortable enough to shoot this scene.

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