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THROWBACK to the time when Rekha & Om Puri allegedly got physical for real while shooting

Bollywood produced a number of films in the past that violated all romantic cinema conventions. Rekha’s moment from Aastha: In The Prison Of Spring is only one example of the headline-making performances performed by B-actresses Town’s from earlier times. Rekha, a seasoned actress, is regarded as one of Indian cinema’s best actresses and has delivered some of her best performances. The actress was frequently involved in scandals outside of her work in movies because of her personal life.

Aastha: In The Prison Of Spring, directed by Basu Bhattacharya and starring Om Puri, Daisya Irani, and others, was released in 1997.

Even though Aastha didn’t meet audience expectations at the box office, its sensual moments captured everyone’s attention. Fans saw a few sex scenes between the two that lit up our screens, led by Rekha and Om Puri. But did you know that anything actually transpired between the two during filming one of the scenes? Om Puri and Rekha, who have a chair making-out scene in the movie, allegedly had to go farther, according to some internet media sources.

Rekha and Om Puri reportedly became very physical while filming their chair-based love scene, and the chair was on the verge of collapsing under the weight of both performers. Om Puri portrayed the part of Rekha’s spouse in the movie, and there are plenty of steamy pictures of the duo online.

Rekha has been absent from the spotlight for a while now. Akshara Haasan, Kamal Haasan’s daughter, Amitabh Bachchan, and Dhanush all appeared in the movie Shamitabh, in which the actress most recently appeared. Although Rekha has yet to star in a full-fledged part in a movie, we frequently see her on TV reality shows.

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