Dibakar Banerjee, who is the director of the movie Shanghai, in a recent interview to a leading website told that, "Kalki plays an Indian in the movie with a mixed parentage and looks like a foreigner. Prosenjit is a well-known social activist. There is a strong sexual chemistry between this much older man and this young girl. When Kalki faces an insurmountable problem and wants to break down, Prosenjit asks her to fight back and not be a victim. That's when her guard falls and she goes for his passionate embrace, that's much more than just an expression of physical intimacy."
“To get into the mood of the scene that was shot in a kitchen, Dibakar instructed Kalki to "attack" Prosenjit. I told her to make the first move. While filming, she actually bit PC sir's lips!" the director said.
The most funniest part of the story is that Dibakar actually forgot to say "cut" while shooting this scene and instead got busy shooting the tap in the kitchen.
Kalki Koechlin, we thought that you are a good actor, but you still need to take some lessons...no no we are not talking about acting lessons here, we are talking about kissing lessons.
Guess, it's time to call your husband Anurag Kashyup!