Sonam Finally Agrees to Lip-Lock with Shahid Kapoor

Daijiworld Media Network

Mumbai, Aug 23: Bollywood is no stranger to on-screen lip locks. But it looks like actress Sonam Kapoor is not the one to follow the on-going trend which eventually works for Bollywood’s babes.

Sonam has been paired against actor Shahid kapoor in his father Pankaj Kapoor’s movie ‘Mausam’. The actress had refused to do an on screen kiss with Shahid in the movie. Her refusal had caused a ruckus on the sets of the movie as the actress had firmly put down her foot standing by her decision.

The actress finally gave in and the movie does have a lip-lock between Sonam and Shahid, well that’s if reports are to be believed.

According to sources, “Initially when Pankaj Kapur had informed Sonam about the kiss, she had put her foot down. Her refusal had sparked off some real drama on the sets of the film. Kapur had even called up her father Anil Kapoor in desperation. But the actress refused to budge even then. She had even told sections of the media that there was no kissing scene in the film.’ ?

Looks lik the film maker has somehow managed to convince the lady against her decision.

Buzz is that the kissing scene was an addition to the script at Shahid"s behest. Shahid, however, seems to have no issues with it as he is had already locked lips with Kareena Kapoor in ‘Jab We Met and Anuskha Sharma in ‘Badmaash Company’.


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