'Dil Sambhal Jaa Zara' lead actress Smriti Kalra says NO to a KISSING scene with co-star Aashim Gulati!
Smriti, Aashim & Sanjay in 'Dil Sambhal...' (Photo: Star Plus)
According to an entertainment portal, "A track in the matured love drama demanded a kissing scene between the two characters Ahana and Rehan played by Smiriti Kalra and Aashim Gulati respectively. However, a source reveals that Smiriti put her foot down and refrained to kiss on screen. The makers understanding her point didn’t force her to do the sequence."
Smriti & Aashim in 'Dil Sambhal...' (Photo: Star Plus)
Speaking about the same, Smriti told Tellychakkar that, “There’s nothing of that sorts happening. I wasn’t comfortable doing a scene, so there is no smooch sequence happening. If I would have kissed him on television, everyone would have gone berserk and started writing about it which is something I’m not looking forward to.”
Sanjay & Smriti in 'Dil Sambhal...'
The 'Star Plus' show is receiving a lot of critical-acclaim for its story & performances. But, the show is not infecting good numbers & there are also reports that 'Dil Sambhal Jaa Zara' might go off-air as well. Though nothing is confirmed yet.
'Dil Sambhal Jaa Zara' went on-air in October last year and also stars Bollywood actor Sanjay Kapoor in the lead. The show is an adaptation of a worldwide hit Turkish drama 'Aşk-ı Memnu'.
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