Aishwarya wants to get intimate with Ranbir in ‘ADHM’

Bollywood diva Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is looks absolutely gorgeous in her upcoming movie ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’, the trailer of the Karan Johar directorial shows. It also included quite a few scenes of the actress getting cosy with her co-star Ranbir Kapoor.

Undoubtedly, both Aishwarya and Ranbir share a crackling chemistry in the romantic drama. There were reports that the script of the movie demanded intimate scenes, but since Aishwarya wasn’t comfortable, the makers modified them and used camera tricks to shoot certain scenes.

Reports also suggested that the Bachchan family was very upset with Aishwarya and Ranbir’s intimate scenes and had even asked Karan to edit out the portions from the final print.

Now in a shocking revelation, it turns out that Aishwarya herself had wanted that her character in the film should be bold.

According to a report in India TV, originally attributed to an entertainment site, Aishwarya was approached for the role with an easy-going script. But the ‘Jazbaa’ actress wanted the makers to change the script and make her character bold. Aishwarya plays a failed Urdu poet and her character initially had a domestic look. But the actress felt that the makers were not doing justice to her character.

“When Ash was approached for the role the makers had kept a mild script, but on reading her part she felt that it was incomplete. Aishwarya felt that by making her character tame the makers were killing it,” a source was quoted as saying.

Interestingly, it was after Aishwarya’s suggestions that the team started to work upon incorporating more steamy sequences in the movie. She felt that this way, her character would be more relatable. And guess she was right; the steamy scenes between Aishwarya and Ranbir have been the highlight of this movie. People are looking forward to witness the mystic relationship that the two share.

Also starring Anushka Sharma, Fawad Khan and Shah Rukh Khan in cameo, ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ is scheduled to release on October 28.