By Hindustan Times
Model-turned-actor Sherlyn Chopra, who grabbed many eyeballs for venturing into a complete nude photo shoot for Playboy magazine, will soon be seen doing more bold scenes in her upcoming film Kamasutra.
The makers, however, are taking extra precautions by shooting the said explicit scenes in Hollywood.
The director of the film, Rupesh Paul, does not want it running into any sort of trouble, in case they incite some kind of a social protest. He is presently in Los Angeles and soon hopes to hire a studio there.
“Considering the touchy cultural atmosphere (in India) and the people’s sentiments; we have decided to shoot the scenes outside India. I met a line producer here who is well experienced in the field, and can easily facilitate any studio in Hollywood for the nude scenes,” says Rupesh.
Rupesh tells us that it was his close friends from the industry, who cautioned him about proceeding with the shoot here. “I was getting calls from my friends, warning me that no nude scenes should be shot in India. It may create unwanted issues. Some communal organisations can even exploit the situation just to make headlines,” he adds.
The director will be shooting the rest of the film and its songs in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Mumbai.