Amala Paul On Controversial lip-lock scene In Aadai

Amidst promotion of her upcoming flick Aadai, actress Amala Paul has shared her views on different aspects of her life and the controversial kissing scene in the movie.

In an interview to The Indian Express, the actress took potshots at those who criticised her for the kissing scene with VJ Ramya. The actress said: “Naai vesham poatta kolachchu dhane aaganum?” A painter paints nude stuff. That’s his job. Likewise, acting is my job. That said, what’s wrong in kissing a girl? (Winks) Why are we judgemental? That shot was not in the script but happened on the spot. Once you are in the character, you should let your inner actor take over you.

The movie also stars VJ Ramya, Vivek Prasanna and Adiraj in different roles. The trailer of Aadai was unveiled earlier this month.

In the trailer, Amala Paul is seen kissing her co-star VJ Ramya passionately which has gone viral and drawn flak from different corners. The lip-lock scene has also led to rumours that the film will be a story about a lesbian couple. However, there is no official confirmation on it.

The actress also revealed that she is dating someone. Without mentioning the name, she said that her partner was her “truth” and due to his love she has been healed.

A few weeks back, the actress had revealed that she was thrown out of upcoming Tamil film “VSP33” because the makers found her to be ‘not production-friendly’.

 

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A day after the makers of “VSP33” said Amala chose to exit the project due to date issues, she had released a statement to clarify things. They went on to replace Amala with Megha Akash.

“I am writing out of my great disappointment, as I have been thrown out of an ongoing movie, tentatively titled ‘VSP33’, stating a simple statement by the production that I am not production-friendly,” Amala said.

She further wrote that such an accusation was never laid upon her during her decade-long career by any of her colleagues, peers or acquaintances in the film industry.

(With Agency inputs)