Tanushree Dutta reveals why she did bold scenes in her debut film Aashiq Banaya Aapne
Tanushree Dutta debuted in Bollywood with Aashiq Banaya Aapne. What people remember most about that film is Himesh Reshammiya's nasal singing and Dutta's bold scenes with Emraan Hashmi.
It created quite a stir. Now we hear Tanushree didn't really like what she saw on the big screen. In an old interview, Tanushree reveals when she did those scenes in ABA, she wasn't thinking much. She revealed that she had envisioned such scenes differently as she was highly influenced by Hollywood films. But when she saw the movie, she realised in India, such scenes don't get filmed aesthetically. She also revealed that if a filmmaker insists a film can't be made without such scenes, she would rather not be part of it. Rohit Roy, who was the anchor of the show, was pretty stunned at Tanushree's revelation.
Tanushree Dutta made headlines recently when she accused Nana Patekar of sexual assault.
She had told Zoom TV, "Everyone knows about Nana Patekar. He has always been rude and abusive towards women. Everyone knows that he has a history of assaulting women and that is an unspoken truth in this industry. Post the incident on the sets of Horn OK Please, Nana Patekar called up this political party who has a reputation of lynching and causing damages on the sets. And the producers called up the media to gain publicity from the whole situation. On one side we had the media and on the other side we had the political party workers. They vandalised my car completely. So, I got off my vanity van and head towards our vehicle." Nana Patekar reacted to it saying he might contemplate going to court with it.