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Bollywood's renowned actress Rekha is still less than anybody in terms of beauty. She is often seen in sari only. But do you know that Rekha has also given extremely bold scenes in many films. When Rekha had given her kissing scene in the film, she cried. In the line biography of journalist Yasir Usman, 'Line: The Untold Story' is mentioned in this incident. According to this book, Rekha was shooting for Hindi film 'Anjaana Safar' in Mehboob Studios. At that time his age was about 15 years. Vishwajeet Chatterjee was the hero of the film. Raja Nawath was the director of the film.
Rekha did not know the details of the scene:
According to the book, it was to show intimacy between Hero and Heroine in one scene of the film. Before shooting, the line did not know the details of the scene. In the film was Hero Vishwajeet. When the director spoke the action, the hero took the line in his arms. After this he suddenly started kissing the line. While the line did not know anything about this kissing scene.
Running five minutes, Kissing Scene:
Vishwajeet kept doing the line for five consecutive minutes. Five minutes later, the director cut and the scene ended. During this entire sequence, the line had tightened its eyes tightly. When the scene ended, the eyes of the line were full of tears.
Bold scenes given in these films:
Rekha did a very bold sequence with actor Ompuri in the 1997 film Basa Bhattacharya's 'Aastha: In the Prison of Spring'. Naveen Nischol was also in this film. Line also gave intimate scenes with Naveen Nischal. At the same time he felicitated bold scenes in two films with actor Shekhar Suman. Both the films were felicitated with hot scenes in the film 'Utsav' released in 1984 and 'Sansar' released in 1987.
Hot scene with Akshay:
Rekha gave a very romantic scene with actor Vinod Mehra in the 1978 film 'Ghar'. Apart from this, he played the role of teacher in the film Kamsutra. Along with this, he gave Lip-lock Seen with Shashi Kapoor in the 1982 film 'Winner'. Rekha also gave a bold sequence with Akshay Kumar in the 1996 film 'Khelde ke Khelaar', which was released in 1996.