Renowned actor Alyy Khan recently opened up about the intimate kissing sequence with Kajol in the superhit TV show ‘The Trial’. In a recent interview with Maliha Rehman, Alyy praised Kajol as a “thorough professional,” emphasising the professional and business-like atmosphere on set, even during the filming of a kiss sequence. The actor, who watched the scene with his wife and daughter, reported no awkwardness, attributing it to the matter-of-fact manner in which the scene was shot.
When asked about Kajol breaking her alleged ‘no-kissing policy’ for the show, Alyy expressed his surprise, mentioning he had no prior knowledge of such a policy.
According to him, the issue became a sensation, creating unnecessary hype. Alyy debunked the notion that the on-screen kiss was a big deal, both during the shoot and in the final presentation. He highlighted the scene’s believability and the lack of shame or hesitation, creating a seamless viewing experience.
Alyy humorously recalled watching the scene with his family during a holiday in Thailand, stating that the kiss came and went without any discomfort. His wife and daughter looked at him, and he looked back, and they continued watching without any giggles or awkwardness. Alyy commended Kajol’s professionalism, describing her as dedicated to her family and career, with no attitude or hassle on set.
Meanwhile, ‘The Trial’ also featured the actors Kubbra Sait, Sheeba Chaddha, and many others in pivotal roles.

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