Randeep Hooda talks about his on-screen bedroom romps that have been in the news recently.
After scorching the screen with his uninhabited act (of Babloo - the driver) in Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster, Randep Hooda has developed a distinct image among his female fans. And the actor admits he has no qualms with doing intimate bedroom scenes. Though initially, he was a little embarrassed when his female fans made some quirky requests, he is clear that he has no apprehensions getting cosy on the big screen.
Randeep recalls, “Some women at parties would come up to me and say, ‘We need a driver.’ Now, they were all married with their husbands standing just beside them. At times, I would go red in the face.”
The actor goes on to say that he actually finds emotional scenes tougher to shoot than romantic ones. “It’s fun doing such scenes with lovely ladies,” says Randeep (in a naughty tone).
The actor who just returned from Sri Lanka after a shoot further explains, “Erotica in a film largely depends on the emotional state of the character and how a relationship is at a given stage. It’s not just about f***ing for God’s sake.” Well Randeep, as long as women fancy your lovemaking, it’s fine.
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