Actress Kalki Koechlin says workshops ahead of performing any intimate scene is important and this statement came after she observed a behavioural change among men after the prominence of #MeToo movement in India.
“Intimacy workshops were important because like every dance and action sequences are previously choreographed and each actor knows every movement of the performance, an intimate scene is also choreographed. It is not improvised on the spot,” she added.
The #MeToo movement has changed the film industry Kalki told media. “Of course, there is a change. I would say, consciousness has been created.”
Citing an example, she said: “Right after the #MeToo movement took off, I was doing a play where my director was a male, and he sent two pages write-up on how we all should behave at the rehearsal space.”