Did 'no kissing' pact lead to Fawad Khan's exit from Sonam's movie?

Actor Fawad Khan attends the Vogue Beauty Awards 2015 on July 21 in Mumbai. (Sanskriti Media and Entertainment)

Pakistani actor Fawad Khan made his Bollywood debut with Sonam Kapoor in 'Khoobsurat' playing a prince.

This prince did win many hearts within the industry and among Indian audience.

Offers started pouring in for Fawad and he has been very careful with the kind of role he picks up.

The 'Humsafar' actor will next be seen in 'Kapoor & Sons' with Siddharth Malhotra and Alia Bhatt.

But there have been reports that Fawad is not comfortable doing intimate scenes. He has refused to share any on-screen intimacy with Alia.


Now news comes in that Fawad, who was signed in for 'Battle For Bittora' with Sonam again is out of the project.

Industry is abuzz with reports that it is his 'no-intimacy' pact that saw 'Battle For Bittora' slip by.

It is said that he walked out of the film due to some lovemaking scenes with Sonam.

But recently, Fawad made it clear that he won't be able to do the film due to date issues.

While talking to press during the Vogue Beauty Awards in Mumbai, Fawad said that both he and Sonam were involved in different projects and couldn't match their dates.

"Rest everything is all conjectures," referring to the 'intimacy pact' stories.

'Battle For Bittora' will be helmed by 'Khoobsurat' director Shashanka Ghosh. It is based on writer Anuja Chauhan's book of the same name. The novel looks at the real business of politics through a light-hearted lens of romance. Sonam will be seen playing the role of a politician in the film.

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