Kiss and tell: Bollywood's most awkward lip-locks in 2012

Kiss and tell: Bollywood's most awkward lip-locks in 2012
Gone are the days when on screen kisses were portrayed with the crossing of two flowers. Bollywood films now have kisses galore. But sometimes thanks to their bad timing and overzealous performances from actors, the kisses have somewhere are lost in translation.

Raaz 3: Bipasha Basu-Emraan Hashmi
Bipasha seemed to have taken Emraan's serial kisser reputation too seriously as she pounced on him in Raaz 3? Poor Emraan, his response looked a bit forced. Not good for the reputation you know!


Still from Raaz 3

Jab Tak Hai Jaan: Shah Rukh Khan-Katrina Kaif
Will you slap me if I kissed you? SRK asked Katrina in Jab Tak Hai Jaan. If Katrina had known it'd be so tepid for the King of Romance, she would have. His rather nervous avuncular liplock with Katrina Kaif prompts us to wonder if he was thinking of Katrina's ex beau Salman Khan all the time.


SRK and Katrina's kissing sequence in Jab Tak Hai Jaan

Ekk Deewana Tha: Amy Jackson-Prateik Babbar
The couple started dating on the sets of this film and viewers had expected a lot of so-called chemistry between the actors. Unfortunately their kiss was rather cold, much like the actors' acting skills. Maybe the kiss was responsible for the eventual break-up?


A still from the movie

London Paris New York: Ali Zafar-Aditi Rao Hydari
No use being experienced! In her debut movie Yeh Saali Zindagi, Aditi broke all liplock records co-star Arunoday Singh. Some 22-odd kissing scenes. But for her next co-star Ali, their film was the first where he kissed an actress. And boy was he unprepared!


Ali Zafar and Aditi Rao Hydari in London Paris New York

Cocktail: Saif Ali Khan-Diana Penty
The Nawab is not new to locking lips on big screen. But his smooch scene with the newcomer Diana Penty turned out to be quite sloppy. Diana looked nervous, Saif looked nervous. Maybe Bebo was on the sets supervising the shoot, huh?


A still from the movie

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