Amala Paul on her passionate liplock with Ramya Subramanian: That shot was spontaneous and not scripted

Amala Paul made the headlines when she was seen passionately kissing VJ Ramya in the trailer of Aadai, her upcoming movie. The actress recently spoke about the viral moment and how it happened.
Amala Paul on her passionate liplock with Ramya Subramanian: That shot was spontaneous and not scriptedAmala Paul on her passionate liplock with Ramya Subramanian: That shot was spontaneous and not scripted
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She got tongues wagging with her passionate kiss in the Aadai trailer. And now, Amala Paul is asking the right question: What's wrong with women kissing? The South Indian actress made the headlines with her bold avatar in the trailer of her upcoming movie titled Aadai. The title means dress in English. The actress has been all over the town promoting the flick. She has been talking about the movie, her new avatar and passionate kiss she shares with Ramya Subramanian, popularly known as VJ Ramya, that was seen in the trailer. 

The intense lip-lock stunned everyone. But Amala asks, what's wrong with it? The actress, in a new interview with Deccan Chronicle, spoke about the now-viral bold scene. She asked, “What’s wrong in girls kissing? That shot was spontaneous and not scripted. Once you are in the character, you should let your inner actor take over you”.

"There is nothing sexual here. You have to watch the film to understand the context of the scene. In fact I felt extremely powerful. Initially I didn’t know how I was going to pull off this scene, but once I was done I felt even more comfortable with my body.  I felt that I could face any challenge in the world. Aadai gave me the strength and team spirit for me to become a producer for Cadaver," she added. 

The actress went on to delve in detail about her character in the movie. Amala plays Kamini in the movie. She said, "I went and told Amma that I got a script like this and she was shocked! However, what I liked in her was that she spoke like an audience. She asked, ‘If the story commands such a scene, then think over it and accept’.” She also elaborated about her role in the movie. “Kamini was what I was in my early twenties- insecure, self centered, easily triggered. But now I am not Kamini. I am calmer and in control. So, it was sort of tough to go back and perform the role," she said. 

Stay tuned to Pinkvilla for more updates. 

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