Vijay Varma talks about his intimate scene with Shweta Tripathi; ‘Everything is understood…’

The season 3 of Mirzapur is on its way. Fans had to really wait for long for Mirzapur 3 to release. Finally, on July 5, fans will once again dive into the gangster drama. Pankaj Tripathi and Ali Fazal aka Kaleen Bhaiyya and Guddu will be at war. The trailer revealed that Guddu takes over the charge of Mirzapur’s throne after he attacks Kaleen Bhaiyya. However, the war for the throne hasn’t ended. Vijay Varma who played the role of Chote Tyagi will have a pivotal role to play in Mirzapur 3. In a recent interview, Vijay Varma spoke about the viral sex scene featuring him and Shweta Tripathi. Also Read – Mirzapur season 3: Ali Fazal was not the first choice for Guddu bhaiya? Here’s the role he was offered but rejected [Exclusive Video]

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In an interview with News18, Vijay Varma of Mirzapur 3 was asked to comment on the intimate scene that took place in the second season. It sort of led to the sexual awakening of Chote Tyagi in Mirzapur 2. Vijay Varma spoke about the scene and stated that it was a moment of a innocent yet romantic boy who is in love with this girl. What every happens, helps him learn about himself. He added, “It was interesting for this character to go through an interesting experiment like this with Golu. On the surface, she comes across as a very normal and cutesy girl. But people forget that in her first scene, she’s seen reading an erotica of a certain nature in a library. She’s bent differently and she introduces him to it [erotic sex].” Also Read – Mirzapur 3 to Matka King: A look at Vijay Varma’s exciting lineup of 2024

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The actor went on to add that there is so much that one learns from partners. He also added that the scene in which Tyagi beats himself when Golu asks him to hit with belt while getting intimate was his input. He also revealed that intimate sequences are more of structured choreography. He added, “It’s similar to any other movement-based and touch-based exercise. So, sexual scenes are similar to action and dance sequences. These three have the same kind of prep where you’ll be told what you can touch and what you cannot. Everything is understood in terms of what’s your safe zone and no-go zone.” Okay then!

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