By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites
From the word go, Fun Freaked Face Booked is the one movie that has been on way to generate quite oomph among the cinema lovers. The main element behind the curiosity level of the masses is that it is a Telugu-Hindi bilingual movie meaning that it derives both the audiences. Well, an interesting incident recently happened during the shooting of the movie when the leading actress Saidah Jules found it quite hard to shoot for the intimate scene with costar Chirag Jain.
It was a raunchy love making scene, which Saidah had to doll up with the newbie Chirag. Initially and apparently it seemed an easy task to do, but by the time the actress slipped into the sequence, she found it hard to accomplish it. The scene required both the actors to retreat to their room where they had to get int8imate. While romancing each other, Saidah got possessed and began hitting Chirag. The director had to go for many takes. The problem actually was that she had to portray two opposite emotions in a span of few seconds, which she was unable to do so. Besides, the presence of a number of people at the place became also a hurdle for her.
Director Aditya understood the troubles and he made the actress realize the importance of the scene and also asked the unnecessary people to go out of the place. With only the few people in the room, he then shot the scene with aplomb. Post the scene completion, she apologized Chirag for hurting him during the scene. Saidah also got impressed with the professionalism of Aditya.
Fun Freaked Face Booked is a psychological thriller that also carries the touches of supernatural and horror to provide the viewers a complete entertainment. Directed by famous south actor-director Aditya Om, Fun Freaked Face Booked is all about social media addiction and also features Sheetal Singh, Prakash Sudarshan and Manisha Kelkar. Also enjoy other posts such as Tanishaa Mukerji flaunts deep cleavage at Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards (photos) and Sonam Kapoor down with swine flu.