Actor Meenakshi Sheshadri took a visit down reminiscence lane and spoke about working along with her co-stars Rajesh Khanna, Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt and Sunny Deol. In a brand new interview, Meenakshi stated that in Dacait, she had a kissing scene with Sunny. She added that although Sunny was ‘very skilled’, the Censors ‘reduce that’ half out. (Also Read | Anil Kapoor needs Meenakshi Sheshadri on her birthday with previous pics: ‘Looking ahead to seeing you begin work once more’)
Dacait, launched in 1987, was directed by Rahul Rawail. Apart from Meenakshi, the film additionally stars Sunny Deol, Raakhee, Raza Murad, Suresh Oberoi, Paresh Rawal and Urmila Matondkar. It is predicated an individual, who transforms right into a dacoit after being oppressed by the Zamindars (landlords) of the realm.
In an interview with Times of India, Meenakshi stated, “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. 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.”
Speaking about performing with Rajesh Khanna in Awara Baap, she stated, “He didn’t come late on the sets of Awara Baap. He was ready to do rehearsals with me. He never made me feel like a newcomer. If at all he came late on a given day, it was because the director who had asked him to come late as he had scenes only later in the day.”
Meenakshi made her movie debut in 1983 with Painter Babu. She went on to star in lots of films resembling Hero, Shahenshah, Ghayal, Damini, Ghatak, and Satyamev Jayate amongst others. The actor was additionally a part of Love Marriage, Meri Jung, Inteqam, Vijay, Aag Se Khelenge, Joshilaay, Awaargi, Amba, Ghar Ho To Aisa, and Humlaa.