15 Best Kisses in Bollywood Movies.

Romance is an inseparable part of Bollywood’s history and it is quite evident from the number of romantic comedies or romantic dramas that pop out every year out of Bollywood’s popcorn entertainment machine. Mushy, coming-of-age or off beat, romance rules supreme in the Hindi filmdom. Some filmmakers are bold enough to present various shades of romance through their films and in doing so they don’t shy away from showing the physical act of love in all its glory. In its own pseudo liberal ways Bollywood has time and again taken the help of kissing scenes to tell stories of passion and desires. We have a long way to go before we get our own ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ but till then enjoy a list of the best kisses in the history of Bollywood.


15. Kamal Haasan and Rani Mukerji in ‘Hey Ram’

It was the unlikeliest of film to have a kissing scene and that too between an odd couple – Kamal Haasan and Rani Mukerji. However there was one thing in common between both of them and i.e. supreme talent. Their kiss was an organic one, not commercial or a last-minute decision to boost ticket sales. Both the actors displayed the right amount of passion and an appropriate body language, which was enough to take the audiences on a flight of fantasy. Their kiss naturally went on to become the talk of the town and definitely helped in promoting the gem of a film that it is.


14. Mahi Gill and Randeep Hooda in ‘Saheb, Biwi aur Gangster’

There’s an undeniable raw sexual chemistry between them and the steamy scenes in the film are a living proof of that. And the good thing is that they share a lot of intimate moments during the course of the film and the audiences are spoilt for choice. Mahi Gill in her capacity as a cheating wife and Randeep Hooda as a brooding young man who is willing to do anything to climb up the social ladder heats up the screen with their burning desires that hides more than it reveal. Director Tigmanshu Dhulia made sure that their clandestine affair gets ample screen time so that the audiences get what they came for in the first place.


13. Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif in ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’

Theirs has to be the coolest on-screen kiss in the history of Bollywood. Katrina rides a bullet just to catch a glimpse of Hrithik before he leaves and initiates a lip lock. Needless to say the kiss became one of the highlights of the film. Hrithik and Katrina are two of the finest looking actors in the Hindi filmdom and their physical perfection is so captivating that you cannot help but fall for them. They share a casual chemistry which only makes their appeal au naturel. They shared a kiss together in ‘Bang Bang’ too but the one in ‘Zindagi Milegi Na Dobara’ easily takes the cake.


12. Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma in ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’

Those who have seen the film will agree with the fact that a kiss between them was long overdue. It was a spur-of-the-moment kiss and was totally worth it for the audience. Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma share a nonchalant camaraderie which forms the crux of their relationship from friends to business partners to eventual lovers. Singh in his debut film wasn’t at all uncomfortable in courting the lovely Anushka and a proverbial kiss seals their relationship as lovers forever in the film. The fact that they went out with each other in real life too is hardly surprising to anyone.


11. Kareena Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor in ‘Jab We Met’

The film released at a time when the rumours of their break up was doing the rounds. Before ‘Jab We Met’ Kareena and Shahid had shared screen space in three films – ‘Fida’, ’36 China Town’ and ‘Chup Chup Ke’ – but none of them clicked either commercially or emotionally. ‘Jab We Met’ proved to be the perfect farewell to their much publicized relationship. Everything fell into place with the film; the story, music and the romantic narrative. And that heartwarming kiss in the climax was a total paisa vasool. You could almost feel their longingness and anticipation to be together. The boundaries of real and reel life got blurred in that particular moment and we got one of our favourite Bollywood moments of all time.

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