MURDER 3: Aditi had no discomfort in intimate scenes with Randeep
She may have a cute persona but if her bold act in YEH SAALI ZINDAGI is any indication, audience is pretty much aware of what Aditi Rao Hydari is capable of. A young woman of today who can be as uninhibited as she can get when it comes to portraying the part of someone bold on screen, she has taken a further plunge in MURDER 3 as well.
Since Randeep Hooda is a first time co-star for her on screen and this Bhatt offering too requires her to indulge in some on-screen intimacy, one wonders whether there ever was a sense of discomfort for her.
"No, not at all, it is a part of the job. You have to put your heart and soul into it. If you don't then you end up doing it like a robot and the audience will catch it there and then," says Aditi.
She is happy to credit Randeep for the kind of comfort level that she gained once the camera was on.
"He is an incredible co-star and I would count him as someone whom I truly respect. He made me feel completely comfortable due to which there was no discomfort whatsoever in the intimate scenes. See, when you know a person so very well and develop a kind of relationship where there is trust and respect, it becomes easier," adds Aditi, "I could afford to be a lot less vulnerable with him. In fact even during shooting rest of the film, if ever I needed something then Randeep was there to help. If I had a question he would help. I can comfortably say that this is one film where we all made it together."
Now one waits for the results to be out once this Vishesh Bhatt directed film releases all over on the coming Friday.
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