It’s a usual norm to introduce sensuous kiss sequences between lovers to create the magic of romance on screen. However, the much-awaited kiss sequence in Beyond Dreams’ popular show on Channel [V] Sadda Haq – My Life My Choice depicts a very different tale.
It’s a ‘make or break point’ between the leads Randhir (Param Singh) and Sanyukta (Harshita Gaur), a moment when two equals don’t know what to do. The ‘kiss’ sequence definitely does not arise out of ‘love’, and is more like a ‘hate’ kiss.
The makers have succeeded in shooting an aesthetic lip lock between the protagonists – and the emotions depicted will be truly unexplainable. A source tells us that it will come at a point when they both cannot damage each other mentally and physically, so it is like ‘breaking’ the soul.
Yes, such will be the power of this moment, a kiss that will be indefinable.
We also hear that Harshita and Param were so eager to give their best shot for this scene, that they ended up kissing few times before they got the scene right. A source from the set also confided in us that Param in fact disclosed that he got scratched by Harshita’s long-grown nails during the kiss sequence, which literally left him in pain.
This anticipated ‘hate kiss’ will be aired in tonight’s episode of Sadda Haq. We also hear that the kiss sequence will not be shown completely in the episode owing to censor issues. Here are some exclusive pictures from the sequence for our readers (check above).
As per the track, Sanyukta has got into trouble after getting caught into an exam paper leak scandal plotted by Vidhushi (Nidhhi Nehha Nayak). However, the girl will suspect Param for the act, and will barge into the room where he would be and confront him. She will go on yelling at him for spoiling her career and will also slap him hard. This will be when Randhir, the man of actions will ‘kiss’ her out of hatred, just to shut her mouth.
When contacted, Harshita told us, “You will have to watch the show to know what will happen after that.”
Enjoy this spicy episode in Sadda Haq tonight.