Did you know Aamir Khan and Karisma Kapoor’s kissing scene in Raja Hindustani was cut by a few frames for THIS reason?

Aamir Khan and Karisma Kapoor starrer Raja Hindustani is one of the biggest hits of Diwali festival and while we loved the sizzling chemistry between the leading pair, the kissing scene betwen the duo is still one of talking points among the movie buffs. Interestingly, director Dharmesh Darshan had kept a little extra scene as he thought the censor board would edit those scenes. Talking about that the filmmaker told Mumbai Mirror, “But they passed it with a ‘U’ certificate and not a single cut. Eventually, I voluntarily cut a few frames from the kiss because the market wanted the three hours-twenty-minutes film shortened by 20 minutes.”

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Talking about kidnapping scene, the actor added, “We’d shot the scene over five days and both Aamir and Archana (Puran Singh) as Shalu were terrific. When I went to Film City to tell Aamir I’d decided to leave it out, he started weeping. I told him that I should be crying too, since I’d written and directed it. But even without that scene, Aamir swept all the popular best actor awards. Maybe that might have won him a National Award.”

Meanwhile, Aamir Khan is currently shooting for Laal Singh Chaddha. Talking about the film, we all know that it is a remake of Tom Hanks’ Forrest Gump. The latter was based on a 1986’s novel by the same name, written by Winston Groom. Tom Hanks played the lead character alongside Robert Wright and Gary Sinise. The movie received several accolades and was the biggest hit of that year. Forrest Gump swept the Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Visual Effects and Best Film Editing. Meanwhile, Hanks was applauded for his performance with the Best Actor Oscar award. The movie also performed well at the Golden Globes, People’s Choice Awards, and Young Artist Awards. It is written by Atul Kulkarni and directed by Secret Superstar helmer Advait Chandan.

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