Sana and I were equally uncomfortable about passionate scenes: Gurmeet Choudhary
Gurmeet Choudhary discloses that he is shy of women and was not really comfortable shooting the passionate scenes with Sana Khan in ‘Wajah Tum Ho’. He says, “The chemistry undoubtedly looks natural, but it is a reflection of my acting skills. Irrespective of how uncomfortable I felt, what merely matters is how natural it looks on screen. As far as I know Sana, she was equally tense. Yet, Sana and I finished the lip-locks and the passionate kisses all in one take. It is good to hear that we make a great pair on screen and the credit goes to our director Vishal Pandya.”
Gurmeet Choudhary talks about his life and wife
The Khamoshiyan actor, who is best known for his portrayal of Lord Rama in the mythological series, Ramayan, adds that his real life persona is different from the image he has recently acquired, “To be honest, I have never been a kind of a boy who gets cozy with girls easily. I have always been a shy person and that has not changed. Debina was my only girlfriend before marriage and she was the only one I proposed to. It took me a lot of courage to even confess my love to Debina.”
However, Gurmeet feels thrilled with the kind of compliments he has been receiving from girls, “With the title track trending, every time I walk across the road, girls sing out to me.” So, does not all this play havoc in his married life as it is widely speculated? The actor smiles, “That is where I and Debina differ from almost all other married couples. Both of us sit down with the script of every film before I finalise anything.
She knows that the one she is seeing on screen is Ranveer Bajaj of Wajah Tum Ho and not her husband. She never thinks about these love-making scenes and we do not even discuss them at home. I will never be surprised if people now start speculating that our relationship is in trouble because of all these things, this does not make any difference to Debina.
The actor confesses that he is as much madly in love with his wife, Debina, as he was five years back when he got married to her, “It will be difficult for others to digest the relationship we share. Debina is my support system. I hail from a small village in Bihar, where there are millions of star aspirants. It was my dream to become a star, but now both of us share the dream. I owe my success to her,” he said.