Amala Paul Talks About Viral Nude Scenes And Pictures From Aadai (Video)

  • Aadai, an upcoming Tamil drama thriller film

  • Amala Paul talks about filming nude scenes


Aadai, an upcoming Tamil drama thriller film

Aadai is an upcoming Tamil drama thriller film directed by Rathna Kumar, who earlier directed Meyaadha Maan and produced by Viji Subramaniyan under the production banner V Studios.

The film’s soundtrack is composed by Pradeep Kumar who earlier composed two songs for director’s previous film, alongside the Oorka band of Thedadhey fame who are making debut as a music director on this film. The film stars Amala Paul in lead role.

Amala Paul, the lead actress has filmed the nude scenes in this movie. That nude pictures and lip lock scene in the trailer is going viral on the internet. You can check out the trailer below.

In the trailer, Amala can be seen essaying the role of a free-spirited girl who is unapologetic about her choices. One of the stills from the trailer features VJ Ramya locking lips with Amala Paul. The audience is all geared up to watch the film for its bold content and an unusual storyline.

Amala Paul talks about filming nude scenes

In a conversation with The Hindu, Amala Paul talked about how she wanted to quit the film industry before Aadai happened because she was unable to get the kind of powerful work that she wished for. “I was telling my manager that I wanted to quit the industry because the synopsis I was receiving from filmmakers all felt like a lie. Yes, they were heroine-centric… but the concepts were simple. Like a rape victim, her struggling against the odds and gaining revenge, or a wife who supports her husband endlessly, or a sacrificial mother. I had no interest to be a part of these lies,” she told the leading daily.

Amala, 27, revealed that director Rathna Kumar had discussed wearing a special costume in the nude scene and she had told him ‘not to worry about it.’ On the day of filming, however, Amala was understandably tense. “It is only when I reached that point, I was feeling stressed. I was anxious to know about what is happening on the sets, who were all going to be there, and if there was security,” she told The Hindu.

“There were only 15 people on the sets. I wouldn’t have done the scene if I didn’t trust the crew,” she added. The actor also hit back at critics of the teaser stating, “There will always be people who will judge the film before watching it. We can’t do anything about it. It was an honest attempt. It is a true film, and each film has its own destiny. So, who cares [about the comments]?” Amala concluded.

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