Filmmaker Dharmesh Darshan may be missing from action as far as films are concerned, but he is pretty much active on the micro-blogging site, Twitter.
Karisma Kapoor and Aamir Khan in the 1997 film 'Raja Hindustani'
The 'Dhadkan' and 'Bewafaa' director is alarmed by the kind of stuff that goes around on social media. He was recently taken aback to find tweets from about Aamir Khan that went viral talking about how he exploits all his heroines in the name of perfection.
The tweets stated that the star took 21 retakes of his now-famous kissing scene between him and Karisma Kapoor in the 1997 film 'Raja Hindustani'. Darshan, who is the director of the film was quick to jump to defence.
He says, "Often all kinds of information goes on the net, but it is time people concerned reveal the truth. As I was the director of the film, this is far from true. It is entirely the director's vision and it is the director who decides if another shot is needed which could be due to various factors during the shoot apart from the actors like the lights, etc." Noted.