Meenakshi Sheshadri REVEALS Why Her Intimate KISSING Scene With Sunny Deol Was Cut From Film Dacait-Know The SHOCKING Reason

Meenakshi Sheshadri revealed why the Censor board deleted her kissing scene with Sunny Deol in the film ‘Dacait’

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Meenakshi Sheshadri REVEALS Why Her Intimate KISSING Scene With Sunny Deol Was Cut From Film Dacait-Know The SHOCKING Reason
Meenakshi Sheshadri is one of the most talented actresses in Hindi cinema. She was regarded as the leading and successful actress of the 1990s and has worked with many A-listers like Rajesh Khanna, Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt, and Sunny Deol. In a recent interview, Meenakshi opened up about working with Sunny Deol in the film ‘Dacait’ and revealed why the censor board cut her kissing scene with the actor. The actress also showered compliments on the Gadar actor calling him ‘professional.’

Speaking with Times of India, Meenakshi was quoted as saying, “With Sunny, I had a kiss in Dacait, which happens just before a song. I give full credit to Sunny for being very professional about it and making me comfortable too. But the Censors cut that.”She also reflected back at having a fan moment while working with Sanjay Dutt in ‘Inaam Dus Hazaar.’ Sheshadri shared, “With Sanju, I started on a fan-moment note. I had seen him shooting for Rocky with Tina Munim. I was very young then. I found him very handsome and cute. And when my chance to work with him in Inaam Dus Hazaar came, I did tell him about that shoot. As for Amitji, I think I will never forget the aerial shots we took during the song Jaane do jaane do, mujhe jaana hai in Shahenshah.” ALSO READ: Former Actress Meenakshi Sheshadri Flaunts Her NEW LOOK In Latest Photo; Fan Calls Her 'Natural Beauty'


Directed by Rahul Rawail, Dacait was released in 1987. Meenakshi and Sunny had worked together in several films like Ghatak, Damini, Ghayal, Ghayal Once Again, and Inteqam.

Meanwhile, Meenakshi Sheshadri recently made a stunning appearance on the reality show ‘Indian Idol 13.’ She returned to India and faced the camera almost after 27 years. 



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