Bewakoofiyaan: Sonam, Ayushmann get intimate in 'Khamakhaan'
The lyrics of the song that has set the media across the country on fire, starring Sonam Kapoor and Ayushmann Khurrana, go: “Khamakhaan jod tod karey / Khamakhaan paai paai pe marey / Khamakhaan yaar pyaar se darey / Khamakha mujhe kare kyon parey / Har story ki main teri heroine hoon / Har story ki main teri happy ending hoon”.
‘Bewakoofiyaan’ is a 2014 Indian romantic comedy film directed by Nupur Asthana and written by Habib Faisal. It is produced by Aditya Chopra under the Yash Raj Films banner. Sonam Kapoor and Ayushmann Khurrana come together on screen for the first time. Industry veteran Rishi Kapoor stars in the film, too, as Sonam’s father. And, going by the posters, it seems that he is all set to entertain the audience once more.
Sonam Kapoor plays a dominant partner in the movie, taunting the handsome Ayushmann, who plays the poor boyfriend. The hot Sonam tries to tempt Ayushmann in the song and he, quite naturally, gives in to her innate charm. The two end up in the bedroom. Sonam pulls off Ayush’s Tee-shirt and gets into bed with him.
Sonam, who wears a bikini, is very happy with her fans’ reactions. “I am delighted with the feedback I have been getting from the time the pictures were released. It is a simple shot that has become a huge talking point. I am happy that my fans loved it,” says the actor, who had vowed never to wear a two-piece on screen.
“I will never wear a bikini on screen because I am not confident enough. I know that I will not look good. I don’t have the best body,” Sonam told a news agency in 2012.
“Sonam has experimented a lot with her clothes, but she was keen to know how her fans would react to her bikini look. As soon as the promo was released, many fans shared it on their social networking accounts,” says a source close to her.
Sonam, daughter of Anil Kapoor, came to Bollywood assisting director Sanjay Leela Bhansali in the film ‘Black’ in 2005. She made her acting debut in 2007 with Bhansali’s romanctic film, ‘Saawariya’, with Ranbir Kapoor, which did not do well in the box-office. She featured in the offbeat drama, ‘Delhi-6’ (2009), and got her first commercial success with the romantic comedy, ‘I Hate Luv Storys’ (2010).