Amala Paul opens up on shooting nude scene in 'Aadai'

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When the teaser of Amala Paul's upcoming film was released, it hit headlines for controversial visuals, including a nude scene of Amala Paul.

Talking with a leading daily, Amala Paul spoke about the naked scene in Aadai teaser which had sent ripples across the industry.

Amala revealed that she was feeling very stressed and nervous before shooting the nude scene.

The particular scene demanded Amala to be completely naked and the producer had told her about a special costume that she would be wearing while shooting the scene. Though she asked him not to worry about it, when the day arrived for shoot the scene, Amala got anxious and wanted to know all the intimate details about how the scene was going to be shot.

"It is only when I reached that point, I was feeling stressed. I was anxious to know about what is happening on the sets, who were all going to be there, and if there was security," Amala Paul was quoted as saying.

She further added, "There were only 15 people on the sets. I wouldn't have done the scene if I didn't trust the crew."

If it wasn't for Aadai, Amala said that she would've quit the film industry as she was not getting good offers from filmmakers.

In fact, she told that she didn't trust it was an original script when director Rathna Kumar had approached her for the role.

"I was telling my manager that I wanted to quit the industry because the synopsis I was receiving from filmmakers all felt like a lie. Yes, they were heroine-centric... but the concepts were simple. Like a rape victim, her struggling against the odds and gaining revenge, or a wife who supports her husband endlessly, or a sacrificial mother. I had no interest to be a part of these lies," Amala said.

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