Vikrant Massey, Taapsee Pannu and Harshvardhan Rane in conversation with RJ Siddharth were asked if they have been caught watching something they should not have.
Massey narrated an incident. He said the most embarrassing incident happened at my nani’s house. My cousins and I were watching, and my masi (aunt) walked in. We never thought she’d be up at 3 am… Then the walk of shame. I was staying at my nani’s house for a few days, and whenever I’d run into my masi, getting a glass of water or something, I’d be ashamed to look her in the eye. It was very, very embarrassing.” But my masi was very kind. She never told my mom or anyone else. It was understood that the kids have grown up.
Taapsee Pannu on the other hand recalled having to watch whatever her dad wanted to, and the entire family feeling awkward every time an ‘explicit scene’ would show up. She said that she and her sister, Shagun, would look at each other in confusion.
Harshvardhan Rane meanwhile remembered the cheap Hindi novels that would be available and the B-grade films that some theatres would show. He said that these films were cons, as one would have to wait hours just to watch the scenes they wanted to see.
For the unversed, Directed by Vinil Mathew and written by Kanika Dhillon, Haseen Dillruba will arrive on Netflix on Friday. The story revolves around a girl named Rani, who has an extra-marital affair. An erratic scene comes forward after Rani’s husband dies, and she is suspected to be the murderer. The tale is a perfect mix of love and temptations.