Thursday, December 9, 2010
Raima Sen Sex Scene in Mirch | Raima sen hot sex Scene from Mirch Movie
A rather graphic lovemaking scene with Arunodoy Singh in Vinay Shukla’sMirch seems to have given Raima Sen cold feet. She is requesting the director to tone it down While shooting for Vinay Shukla’s Mirch, Raima Sen seems to have bitten off more than she can chew. The film, with the help of four parallel stories, celebrates female sexuality through the eyes of women who are uninhibited when it comes to sex.
But Raima did have some rather strong inhibitions about her lovemaking scene with her co-star Arunodoy Singh, the tall actor who courted Sonam Kapoor in Aisha. After watching the bedroom sequence, and its graphic detailing, Raima feels she has gone a bit to far.
“What will my mother say?” was her first reaction when Raima saw how elaborate the lovemaking sequence was: she was reduced to tears. Her co-star Arunodoy however was fine with it (the word ‘fine’ being a diplomatic subordinate, we suspect).
Apparently, Raima pleaded with the director Vinay Shukla to shorten the sequence.
Says a source close to Raima, “She was tricked into shooting the lovemaking sequence with her co-star Arunodoy. When they shot it the first time it was less elaborate. The director told her that the lovemaking scenes in the film were being spruced up to make the story more sizzling. Raima was told that Konkona Sen Sharma was also re-shooting her lovemaking sequence with Arunodoy. There is a sequence where Konkona’s old husband Prem Chopra is sitting on top of a tree looking down at her making love to Arunodoy. Raima was told that this scene was being shot again. But on watching the film, Raima realised that Konkona’s love scene was exactly how it was originally. By then, Raima had redone her love sequence.”
When contacted Raima refrained from going into details about the lovemaking sequence. All she said was, “ Yes, we did re-shoot the sequence on the director’s request. I’ve requested Vinayji to tone it down.”
But Shukla it seems doesn’t want to budge. When asked why he re-shot Raima’s scene and not Konkona’s, Vinay Shukla said, “The earlier shot lacked the passion that was required for the scene. Konkona’s lovemaking scene is viewed from the subjective point of view of the king who is atop a tree. Going closer would have destroyed the credibility of the scene. But Raima’s scene is simply being played out. The length of it was required to build up the climax of the story.” Or the climax per se.