Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Has Neither Skin Show Nor Liplocks

Filmmaker Karan Johar has categorically admitted that there will be neither any skin show nor any liplocks in his film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. Is the spice missing from Mr. Johar’s film? Or are these baseless rumors?

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

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Karna Johar’s upcoming film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, which is slated for October 28 release, is in the talks these days. Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan along with Anushka Sharma are the main attractions of the film. When we talk about a Bollywood film, it does have that typical masala. Liberal skin show and locking lips for minutes on end, without quoting any examples, has become the norm for the Hindi film industry.

According to filmmaker Karan Johar:

“There is no kissing or skin show in this film. It is the attitude that you are reacting to. There is nothing. There is no censor cut on Aishwarya’s track. The censor understands the essence of the film and What you see is what you get. There is no liplock. It is just in the eye. It is very easy to succumb to sexuality or sensuality with skin show. To do it with eyes that is where Aishwarya stepped in.”

If Karan Johar is to be believed, there haven’t been any cuts in the film, be it the popular actress’ track or any other parts.

Anushka or Aishwarya

As far as Anushka Sharma’s role in the film is concerned, she is toying with the idea of having a romance with Ranbir Kapoor. As a matter of fact, she is trying to cope up with the break up she just recently had and finds the singing of RK soothing. Particularly speaking about Aishwarya’s role, Karan Johar says that the former beauty queen has brought a lot of dignity to the character she is portraying. Well, there’s no doubt that apart from being a beautiful woman, Aishwarya Rai does have the acting capabilities as well.

Do you Karan Johar’s candid admission about Ae Dil Hai Mushkil having no such scenes can prove to be detrimental to the film’s success? Speak out your views and let’s know what you think.

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