Arunoday Singh and Aditi Rao Hydari have created a record of sorts in Bollywood with their twenty two kisses in their film, Yeh Saali Zindagi. They seemed to have beaten Mallika Sherawat who had seventeen kisses in one of her earlier films, Khwahish. Arunoday and Aditi, who play Kuldeep and Shanti respectively, portray a married couple based out of Delhi who have a very passionate relationship with their share of quarrels and making up.
Speaking on the numerous kissing scenes throughout the movie, director Sudhir Mishra says, Aditi (Shanti) and Arunoday (Kuldeep) play a young couple based in Delhi. They kiss every time they quarrel. And they quarrel a lot. If we are showing a couple in love, I’d rather show them kissing at a moment when they should be kissing, than have them dancing and shaking their hips to a song. Now that is a real bold and blatant statement coming from one of the makers of what you call true-to-life cinema.
The young actors were initially apprehensive about their families reactions considering their conservative and traditional backgrounds, but Sudhir Mishras directorial experience laid those apprehensions to rest. Singh comes from a political family. He is the grandson of prominent Congress politician, Arjun Singh. While Rao is the great grand-daughter of Sir Akbar Hydari, founder of the Osmania University and Raos grand-uncle Sir Muhammed Saleh Akbar Hydari was the governor of Assam, and she is married to actor Satydeep Mishra (who played Rani Mukerji boss in No One Killed Jessica). Aditi was earlier seen in Rakeysh Om Prakash Mehra’s Delhi 6 as Sonam Kapoor’s aunt, while Arundoday had some scorching lovemaking scenes with Konkona Sen Sharma in Mirch.
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