Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif had to get messy with tomatoes for a song in Zoya Akhtar's Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.
And going by Woody Allen's quote ("Is sex dirty? Only if it's done right), the messier it is, the hotter it looks. In fact, the outcome was so hot, that the filmmaker's had to redo the entire song before it's release on national television.
The song picturised in Spain was to depict the Tomatino festival. The song was to depict the love angle between Katrina and Hrithik. But after the 'first cut' was shown to the stars, even they couldn't handle the heat.
A source informed, "The original plan was to begin the song with the boys and then move on to Hrithik and Katrina. But when both of them saw it, they felt that it could be misconstrued. So they requested the director to tone down the sizzle."
"Everyone was worried as it was to be released this Sunday on TV. However, finally it was managed. The song has now been changed. They have added portions of all the four (Hrithik, Katrina, Farhan and Abhay) actors together.
The song is about the four friends just like the theme of the film. When contacted, producer Ritesh Sidhwani said, "Yes, the Tomatino song has been changed. It's because cinema is a collaborate effort."