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Director Pooja Bhatt once again remembers the time she became an Intimacy Co-ordinator herself to film the intimate scene in her film Jism. Pooja has revealed this in a recent interview to a news website. He also said that he did not pressurize Bipasha Basu to do intimate scenes in the film. Then she also gave Bipasha full space to disguise to what extent she wanted to go in the scenes. Released in 2003, Jism played the lead role by Bipasha Basu and John Abraham. Both of them had intimate scenes in the film.
Told Bipasha, decide yourself to what extent to go in scenes
Pooja Bhatt said, “I told Bipasha Basu, being a woman and actor, that I would not ask you to do anything in which you are not comfortable.” According to Pooja, the film had no nudity, but unilateral sexuality. Bipasha only had to seduce John. He said, “I told Bipasha that the scenes should be confusing. Don’t make you feel awkward or hesitant. I also asked Bipasha to decide to what extent she wanted to go in the scenes.” . And I left that decision entirely to them. I had also prepared a crew for Bipasha, so that Bipasha would not feel uncomfortable on the set. “
Pooja also spoke about her intimate scenes in ‘Bombay Begums’
Pooja Bhatt was recently seen in the web series ‘Bombay Begums’ released on Netflix. Talking about his intimate scenes experience in the web series, he stated that there was no Intimacy Co-ordinator during the shooting of his scenes. However, director Alankrita Srivastava made him quite comfortable. Pooja said that she had talked to the director about the scenes in detail. So she was able to fully intimate scenes with the director and her co-stars.
Pooja Bhatt was also the producer of ‘Jism’
Pooja Bhatt ventured into production and direction after a successful acting career. He has made many brilliant films like ‘Sur’, ‘Jism’, ‘Paap’, ‘Rog’. Especially his film ‘Jism’ is still remembered today. She was also the producer of this ‘Jism’. The film was very bold and its music was also well liked by the fans.