News|June 27, 2011 4:28 pm

Mohit Suri: Lovemaking Scenes Gives Nightmares

Mohit Suri denies it, he says intimate scenes are not easy to shoot.

Suri shares his experience after directing Murder Sequel named Murder 2

He Says,

Lovemaking is the most difficult scene to shoot because there the director cannot show the actors what to do. You have to let the actors be and let them do their own thing,

Although a lot of people say It’s very easy to shoot for physically intimate scenes and it’s fun, that’s all untrue because it is no fun. It’s a very uncomfortable situation. It’s very difficult to shoot, even for the cameraman, because you don’t know in which direction the actor will go. Lighting is also an issue. You have to keep somany things in mind,

I shot all intimate scenes in the end purposley so that Emraan and Jacqueline get to know each other and got that trust and faith in each other before. You can’t ask two people on the first day to do intimate scenes.

It’s important that the actos have a rapport before thay do such scenes,

If you are showing an illegitimate relationship in a film, It’s unfair to show it with two flowers. Emraan and Jaqueline are friends. They are people who are not in love but they are sleeping together. So you can’t show that relationship by showing them holding hands and singing songs in parks.

But we have not pushed sexual content into the film to grab eyeballs. It was incorporated because it was requeired.

Sex in films is always used for titillation. If anyone says that they are using it artistically, they are lying. There is no such thing. But even a song is there for titillation. If you see a good song, It excites you. If you see a good action sequence, It thrills you. If you see a good dance number, it entertains you. So everytihg is for titillation. we are in a business of exciting people. It’s not for artistic reality.

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