SHOCKING! Barun Sobti tells makers to CUT his LOVE SCENES from ‘TU HAI MERA SUNDAY’
Actor Barun Sobti tells makers to cut his LOVE SCENES from his upcoming movie ‘Tu Hai Mera Sunday’
Yes! You read that right. Barun doesn’t want to create havoc since he is well aware that how this can offend his millions and zillions of fans to a great extent.
According to a leading entertainment portal, the Director of the film, Milind Dhaimade said: “As everyone knows Barun’s fan following, especially amongst the female demographic, is very vast. And in India fans treat their favourite stars very personally and they almost idolise them. When we knew that there’s a scene of Barun and Shahana in the film, Barun and us together decided to rework the scene knowing how personal people take an onscreen action or imagery of an actor. So we just wanted to keep the scene authentic but still respect sentiments.”
I did not forget about instagram! Just did not have the time to lead it! how are you?
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The girls!! #TrailerLaunch #TuHaiMeraSunday #6thOctoberRelease #lategram @tuhaimerasundayofficial
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Movie ‘Tu Hai Mera Sunday’ is a story that revolves around 5 friends who plays soccer in Mumbai to avoid their problems. Shahana Goswami was last seen in Rock on 2 and is also famous for her roles in movies like ‘Ra One’ and ‘Break Ke Baad’.
Maanvi Gagroo, popular TVF web series actress will also play a part in the movie.
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