Intimate scene in ‘Tadap’: Ahan Shetty said – At that time, the only thing in my mind was, ‘Oh my God! Who will be with whom I will do this’

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Bollywood actor Suniel Shetty’s son Ahan Shetty’s film ‘Tadap’ is all set for release. Recently, during a conversation in an interview, Ahan talked about doing intimate scenes on screen and how this thing scared him. Directed by Milan Luthria, Ahan is making his Bollywood debut with this film. Actress Tara Sutaria is in the lead role with him in the film.

Ahan said things related to the film

Talking about this, Ahan said, “I was definitely scared. When I heard the story of this film, till then no actress had been chosen for it. That’s what was going on in my mind at that time. Oh my god, with whom am I going to do this?’ But then, it’s all a part of the process. In the end, it’s film making. I’m not doing those scenes as Ahaan, I’m doing those scenes as a character.”

Ahan used to take every scene in the film in the same way

Ahan further added, “I take all those kissing scenes like any other laugh or cry. You have to switch that off. It is very important for an actor to get into the character, but he has to be able to come out of the character. It should be. I think you don’t want to have that character with you. And people don’t agree with that, but I think so.”

Physical training in the film was tough for Ahan

Talking about the physical training of the film, Ahan had earlier said in an interview, “The physical training in the film was a tough task for me. Because I had to gain 11 kg for the film. I found it very difficult to do it. At that time I could eat whatever I wanted. I used to eat 11 to 12 meals in a day. Sometimes, I would be launching the afternoon and by then my next meal would have arrived. It was very difficult for him. Milan sir wanted a person with very good physique for that character.”


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