Hero-Heroine's 100 kisses in one song

August 21st, 2012, 07:00 AM IST

The culture of kissing between hero and heroine onscreen is quite common these days. In Bollywood, this got extended to lip locks and smooches. But the quantity has always been limited. However, all that is about to change with this new movie and here are the details.
 
It is heard that a Tamil movie titled as 'Neer Paravai' is currently in the making and it has become a major discussion in Chennai. The film has Vishnu and the slender beauty Sunaina as the lead pair. Sources say a song has been canned on them and they would be seen kissing each other.
 
In total, about hundred kisses are shared between the lead pair, as per unit members. This has been directed by Seenu Ramasamy who has reportedly mentioned that the song has been canned in a very aesthetic manner. This reminds many of the song 'Om Namaha...' from the masterpiece hit 'Geethanjali' starring King Nagarjuna and Girija. Let us see which one is better.

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