Wednesday, April 18, 2012 13:37 IST
If this piece of information is any indication, it looks like Veena Malik sure knows how to comfort her co-actors while filming intimate scenes
Ask Rajeev Anand who plays her husband in an upcoming film, and who had reservations shooting the lip-lock scene with Veena.
The actor admits that she helped him overcome his shyness.
"Thanks to her it became a mind-blowing scene. She made me comfortable," he says, asserting that their 15-second kiss will surely shock the audience.
Rajeev recalls, "Veena kept me engrossed for 15 minutes that we shot the scene and taught me how to kiss even with the camera eye locking on our lip movement."
Good for him. No Ashmit Patel? Or shouldn't I ask?
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