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We have not made a soft porn film: Raju Kumar Yadav

He is getting compliments galore for Ragini MMS, but Raju Kumar Yadav who played the lead in the film is busy clarifying that the intimate scenes between him and co-star Kainaz Motivala were neither rehearsed, nor more than what viewers saw in the film.

bollywood Updated: May 22, 2011 14:18 IST
Neha Sharma

He is getting compliments galore for Ragini MMS, but Raju Kumar Yadav who played the lead in the film is busy clarifying that the intimate scenes between him and co-star Kainaz Motivala were neither rehearsed, nor more than what viewers saw in the film. “Yaar in scenes ke liye kaun workshops karta hai?” he says reacting to reports that he and Kainaz went all the way to practice the scenes. “You definitely discuss these things, what we are comfortable doing, camera angles, but why will we do a workshop for this? They are saying as if humne sach mein kar leya hai.”

The actor further says, “Now that the film has released, you can see there are no such steamy scenes. I kept telling everyone that we have not made a soft porn film. There are some intimate scenes but they were essential. If a couple goes on a weekend, will they not kiss and hug? I really don’t know where these things start from..that there are many steamy scenes in the film.”

Reacting to reports of a link up with Kainaz, he says, “There are stories that my girlfriend was upset with my intimate scenes with Kainaz and we broke up because of that, and now I am dating Kainaz. It’s all bullshit. I don’t know who this girl is. Kainaz and I are buddies. We know each other very well. We don’t have to clarify anything,” he says.

While the film may have scared many, Yadav, 26, says that shooting for the film was scarier. ““Arrey even we were spooked out yaar. There was a corridor in the bungalow where we shot and it gave out some strange vibes. In fact the moment we landed, we were told that the caretaker of the house had died. During the shooting, we didn’t even touch that room. It had all his clothes and his things..it was quite spooky. I still haven’t recovered. I am shooting for Reema Kagti’s film in Pondicherry and I am alone in the hotel room at night. I continuously feel that there is somebody there.”

He says that he had picked up the abusive language he used in the film from his Delhi frinds. “I did my graduation from Atma Ram Sanadhan Dharam College and my frieds talked like this. Ma, behen to chalti rehti thi.”

What next? “I am getting lot of compliments. People are calling and saying, ‘Why did you die in the film? The film starts dragging after you. They are saying they got really spooked watching the scenes. The only negative part is my eight year old neice who is very upset with me. says, “chaachu, aap sirf bade logon waali film karte ho. Sirf mamma papa dekh pate hain," he laughs. "Now I am shooting with Aamir Khan and it is such a great experience. He is humble and grounded.”I am shooting with Aamir Khan for Reema Kagti’s film. My next releases are Shaitan and Chittagong,” he says.