Monday, December 04, 2006 14:57 IST
A kissing scene from a movie starring Bollywood actors Aishwarya Rai and Hrithik Roshan has irked a
lawyer who has filed a criminal case against them, accusing them of obscenity, he said on
Shailendra Dwivedi of Indore said the scene from the movie, titled "Dhoom 2", lowered the dignity of Indian
women and gave an obscene message to youth.
"Bollywood actors are conveying vulgarity in the society," Dwivedi told. "These films cannot be
watched with our families, they are so vulgar at times."
A local court accepted Dwivedi's petition to punish the actors and said it would hear the petitioner on Dec.
Ask Hrithik about his take on the entire issue and he says, "It's preposterous, people are unnecessarily making a big deal. Some sections of the media just love sensational headlines. While doing the scene, all I knew was that I had to answer the challenge set by Sussanne.
She said, ‘If you are going to do the kiss, make sure it's the best goddamn kiss in the world.'
Eventually, both Sussanne and I loved the kiss." Who was on his mind during the lip-lock? "You think of Aryan and Sunheri, that's it," he states.
The censor board, which certifies all films, released the movie with a "parental discretion"
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