Kissing on-screen has now become mandatory in most of the Hindi films. But there are actors who are not willing to get out of their comfort zone.
Here are a few of those celebs, who said "no" to get intimate on-screen.
"Kick" star Salman Khan has maintained his no-kissing clause on-camera. Once, he said that he doesn't have respect for those who kiss on-screen. Be it his ex-lovers Katrina Kaif or Aishwarya Rai, the actor never broke his rules.
"It is a complete no... I am not that kind of a person. I have been brought up in certain way; I have certain restrictions that I follow. I don't see any reason to change because if the audience has accepted me fully clothed then why will I resort to it," once said by Sonakshi Sinha. The "Dabangg" actress is against getting too close on-screen.
Ali Zafar strictly too follows 'no' kissing on-screen. In his film "London Paris New York", there was one kissing scene and for that a body double was used to perform the act.
Similarly, the newbie Fawad Khan follows the footstep of Zafar. He revealed, "I didn't want to hurt the sentiments of my core audience. The audience that has got me where I am. I think I need to respect their feelings."
Tamannaah Bhatia refused to wear bikini in two films – "Humshakals" and "Entertainment." The actress strictly said no to on-screen kissing as well.
The closeness with Vinod Khanna in Madhuri Dixit's earlier days was not what she wanted. The "Dhak Dhak" actress said she didn't take the initiative to refuse getting intimate to her co-star on-screen at that time. But later on, the actress said no to such scenes in later films.
Shilpa Shetty Kundra
Shilpa Shetty Kundra may have appeared in sensual roles or scenes on-screen, but the actress has never kissed. The diva is against lip-locks on-camera.