Mahira Khan Refused Love Making Scene With Nawazuddin Siddiqui

Fans of Mahira Khan in Paris, Toronto, London, Istanbul, New York and Dubai will be shocked to hear that the actress refused to appear in love making scenes with Nawazuddin Siddiqui in Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees.




This Pakistani female even refused to work in Hollywood films. Over the years, Khan has gained tremendous success.

According to the details of the report, she got cold feet and refused to continue with scenes in which she was to kiss Siddiqui. Being a Muslim girl, Mahira’s decision was absolutely right.

In contrast, we observe that various female celebrities expose their private body parts just for a few bucks.

Khan says that she is more interested in proving her acting skills rather than working in vulgar films. It is strongly needed that Bollywood filmmakers maintain quality.

It would not be wrong to say that Mahira Khan is on a roll these days. She is enjoying extensive coverage in Dubai, Pakistan, London, India, and New York.

She frequently visits the US to meet Hollywood stars. Not only this but also she paid a visit to the top B-Town actor, Ranbir Kapoor, a few days ago. Talking about her character in Raees, Mahira said that she is playing Nawaz’s glam doll but wasn’t happy with the lovemaking scenes.

The filmmakers agreed to pay her a high amount but she still stuck to her decision of not doing any odd scene. Previously, actor Fawad Khan refused to do a lovemaking scene with Sonam Kapoor in his debut movie, Khoobsurat.

Though the film received good reviews from critics, Fawad was criticized for his decision. Glamor is a must part of Indian films.




While working in Bollywood, our Muslim stars have to be very careful. They should not accept a movie in which there are numerous lovemaking sequences.


Fawad and Mahira’s followers in Paris, Dubai, New York, London, Istanbul, and Toronto, have admired their decision of staying away from the kissing scenes.

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