Dalip Tahil recounted how the rumours that Jaya Prada had slapped him during an intimate scene still bothered him. In a recent interview, he exposed the lies that had been made.
In response to rumours that he was once smacked while filming a rape scene with actor Jaya Prada, actor Dalip Tahil provided clarification. It is said to have occurred on the Aankhree Raasta filming sets. Tahil explained that he had no ill will toward the person who spread the rumour and clarified the record, rejecting the report’s claims.
Dalip Tahil On Jaya Prada
K Bhagyaraj’s Aankhree Raasta, which also starred Jaya Prada and Dalip Tahil, featured Amitabh Bachchan, Sridevi, and Anupam Kher. Tahil was invited to play a scene alongside Jaya during the movie’s filming. The actor received threats about his career even though he first declined. The article claims that Tahil was also informed that Jaya had given her approval for the scene before he decided. Things changed, though, when Prada slapped Tahil when he got carried away during the action.
Speaking about the rumours, Tahil reportedly said, “I’ve been reading over a while that I did a rape scene with Jaya Prada. It says that I got carried away, and then she slapped me. It keeps coming on my Google alert.”
“Let me clarify: I have never shared screen space with Jaya Prada Ji. I was keen to do so but never got the chance. No such scene ever happened. I have no animosity against the person writing it. I want this person to show me this scene. Now on social media, people are creating situations that probably never existed in the first place. Imagine, such a scene never happened, and it’s being reported,” the actor reportedly said.
Dalip Tahil has appeared in more than 100 movies, including Mission Mangal, Rock On!!, Ra.One, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, Hum Hai Rahi Pyar Ke and many more. He most recently appeared with Rajkummar Rao and Sanya Malhotra in HIT: The First Case. He also appeared in Season 2 of Mind The Malhotras.
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