‘Phir Socha…’: When Ranbir Kapoor Shivered Doing Intimate Scene With Aishwarya Rai!

Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor is called Chocolate Boy of industry. He has aced various romantic characters on screen with his fine acting skills and boy next door looks. The actor starred alongside Aishwarya Rai in the film ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’. The film proved to be a super hit and its music is still remembered for the magical tunes. In the film, Ranbir and Aishwarya shared hot intimate scenes with each other. After many years of its release, Ranbir had revealed about doing the steamy scenes with Aishwarya. He had said that he was shy to do a romantic scene with the diva. But he did it with Aishwarya’s assistance.

Aishwarya helped Ranbir shoot intimate scenes

During an interview, Ranbir opened up about filming romantic scenes with Aishwarya in ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’. In the interaction, he told how Aishwarya made him comfortable during such scenes. Ranbir stated, “I used to be very shy, my hands used to tremble. Sometimes I hesitated to touch even her cheeks. Then she said ‘Listen, what is the issue? We are acting. Do it properly’. Phir Maine bhi socha asis mauka nahi mileage. Maine mauke par chauka mar diya (I also thought that I will never get such an opportunity. Then I hit a four on the spot).”

Ranbir gave clarification

The statement Ranbir had not gone down well with netizens. They had tagged him ‘creepy’ and ‘cheap’ for thinking in such a way. He was immensely trolled for saying it in public. Later, when the matter started getting out of hand, Ranbir issued a statement saying that whatever he said regarding his romance with Aishwarya was taken in the wrong way. He had called Aishwarya an amazing actress and a family friend. Ranbir said that he will always be grateful to Aishwarya and could never insult her like this.

For the unknown, ‘Ae Dil Hai mushkil’ featured Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Aishwarya Rai in lead roles. Alia Bhatt, Shah Rukh Khan, Fawad Khan, and Imran Ali Abbasi made cameo appearances in the film directed by Karan Johar.