Emraan Hashmi and Mallika Sherawat in a still from Murder
Wacky Wednesday: The new season of Karan Johar's Koffee With Karan is just a couple of hours away and fans cannot contain their excitement. Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are the first guests on Koffee With Karan 8. While they'll be brewing some hot 'Koffee' and spilling some tea, DeepVeer also promises to give some wacky moments. When it comes to Koffee With Karan, there are ample wacky and hilarious moments.
Ahead of the premiere of Koffee With Karan 8, here's looking at one such hilarious moment from the previous season wherein Emraan Hashmi called his Murder co-star Mallika Sherawat a 'bad kisser'. The actor, who is known as Bollywood's 'serial kisser' for the kind of films he has done in the past, had to name the best and the worst on-screen kisses he had.
Emraan responded to the question and said his worst on-screen kiss was with his Murder co-star, Mallika Sherwat. He added that Jacqueline Fernandez was a better kisser in the film, Murder 2.
David Dhawan recalls longest association with Karisma Kapoor
Sunny Sanskari Ki Tulsi Kumari: Varun, Janhvi reunite for second love story
Pooja Bhatt post pics of radio personality Ameen Sayani with Mahesh Bhatt
Vikrant Massey reveals that TVF's 'Aspirants' is his "most favourite content"
Shah Rukh Khan wins the Dadasaheb Phalke award for Best Actor
When Emraan was asked what he would find in Mallika's bedroom, the actor took further digs at her and said, "An Idiot's Guide to Succeed in Hollywood." This remark didn't sit well with Mallika who once said in an interview that the snake she kissed in Hisss was a better kisser than him. Since then, the actors aren't on talking terms.
Later, on Mandira Bedi's The Love Laugh Live Show, Mallika opened up about her bitter equation with Emraan. She shared, "We didn't speak (after the feud) and now I think it was so childish. It was after the film I think during promotions or something we had a misunderstanding. It was so uncalled for and so childish on my part also. I'm no less. I lost touch with him and it's really sad because he was a wonderful co-star because he's so friendly and giving. He's a nice boy."
Emraan and Mallika became overnight sensations with Murder (2004). The film was based on the 2002 American film Unfaithful which was inspired by the French film The Unfaithful Wife (1969). It was directed by Anurag Basu.