Singer and actor Ali Zafar’s new film Chashm-e-Baddoor is already making waves. Directed by the erstwhile David Dhawan the movie is a remake of a 1980s classic. Talking to an Indian journalist about his career trajectory Ali Z has reportedly said that he does not want to take too much of work and fill his plate: he wants to do films that excite him. Adding to that Ali Z made it clear that he is not comfortable kissing a girl on screen, and before signing any project he makes his producers aware of that.

By the way, a similar comment was made by our very own Veena Malik when she kissed umpteen times on her hand on her birthday. She said she didn’t like on-screen smooching.

Yeah right!


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