Raza Murad did not want to do rape scene with this actress

Raza Murad, the villain of his era, is celebrating his 71st birthday today. Raza Murad has acted in many hit films in his career that you must have seen. Raza Murad was born on November 23, 1950, in Uttar Pradesh. His father was an active Bollywood actor and Raza Murad, who belongs to the film family, was inclined towards acting since childhood.

That is why he made his Bollywood entry. He started his film career with the 1965 film Johar Mahmood in Goa and after this film, he got many films that were excellent. Although Raza acted in many films, he was recognised by the 1982 film 'Prem Rog'. He was seen playing the villain in the role of Thakur Viren Pratap in the film and became a super hit after the film. Raza Murad was once working with Zeenat Aman in the 1987 film 'Daku Hasina'.

Both Raza and Zeenat played dacoits in the film and according to the script Raza was supposed to shoot a rape scene with Zeenat. Raza, however, categorically denied it. Murad is said to have stepped back when he was told that he had to shoot a rape scene with Zeenat. Not only that, he was not even willing to touch Zeenat with a dirty eye. This is because Zeenat Aman was his cousin sister. Yes, Raza and Zeenat were cousins in real life, which is why Raza flatly refused to do so. However, after Zeenat's persuasion, Raza agreed. For now, we wish Raza a very happy birthday.

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