Madhuri was crying, I had refused to do a molestation scene with me: Ranjeet


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Actor Ranjeet, known for playing villain roles in Bollywood films of the 80s and 90s, recently revealed that Madhuri Dixit once refused to shoot a molestation scene with him, but eventually, she agreed to do so. Had to do.

Speaking to ANI, Ranjit recalled the incident, "She (Madhuri Dixit) started crying and refused to do the scene. I was unaware of the situation, some art director had told me. A Bengali art director Our director, Bapu" He was from the South. I used to have fun on the sets, like when I used to say to my co-stars, 'Darling, turn your face a little, I will change.' I was not even in the habit of going to the makeup room. Very normal and I was accepted that way, otherwise they would have said I was fake.”

Ranjeet also mentioned that he never used force to do such scenes and was extremely professional about it: “The crying continued, I had to go to another shoot and I was also asked to call them. But no one told me that Madhuri was not agreeing. Finally, she agreed. Veeru Devgan was a fight master. He said that we would keep rotating the camera, 'the camera should not be cut in the middle.' Molestation is part of our work. The villain is not bad. All my actresses loved me very much because I never used any force.”

Prem Pratigya was a 1989 Hindi film that also starred Mithun Chakraborty, Satish Kaushik, and Vinod Mehra in important roles. It was operated by Bapu.