Actress Rekha first film kiss scene with actor Vishwajeet Chatterjee: Evergreen actress Rekha of Bollywood. Even today people in the world are as crazy about their beauty and style as they used to be. Even today, if she goes to some program somewhere, she punishes the gathering with her acts. People's faces lit up when they saw them. But do you know that the life of the same line who is so crazy today has not been easy, he has also had a deep relationship with controversies. Rekha had come into the limelight only because of her first film.
In such a situation, today we are telling you about the story related to Rekha's first film. In which the actor of the film had forcibly kissed the line of only 15 years for a long time. During this, Rekha was shuddering and tears started flowing from her eyes. After this scene, Rekha came into controversy and headlines.
who was forced
Actually this thing is about 'Anjana Safar' in Rekha's first film. Rekha was only 15 years old during the shooting of this film in 1969. In this film, a romantic scene Rekha was discussed overnight. This was the kissing scene of Rekha and actor Vishwajit Chatterjee. During the shoot of this scene, Rekha's co-actor Vishwajit Chatterjee had forced her with her. It has been written in the biography 'Rekha: The Untold Story' that actor Vishwajeet grabbed Rekha and started kissing her forcibly. Rekha tried a lot to stop them, but they did not stop.
didn't leave for 5 minutes
It is said that Vishwajeet did not leave the line for about five minutes and gave a short scene for 5 minutes. Direct Raja Nawathe also did not say cut and in such a situation the people present there were whistling. At the same time, Rekha was feeling very bad and uncomfortable during this time. His eyes had become moist. Actor Vishwajeet, who kissed the 15-year-old line at that time, was 25 years older than him. If reports are to be believed, Rekha was shot in this film without informing her.
Let us tell you that this scene of the film created a lot of ruckus. The censor board tried to use scissors on the scene and the matter reached the court. After this the court formed the Khosla Committee. The committee had said after investigation, 'Kiss scene is a personal matter of two people. If both of them have no objection to it then no third should have either. At the same time, this matter had increased so much that a cover story was printed on it in America's 'Life Magazine'. Whose story was titled 'The Kissing Crisis of India'.