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A kiss is just a kiss — unless it is in the colourful world of Bollywood and it takes place between Pakistan's highest paid female actor and an up and coming Indian screen star. A scene in a new film, Raja Natwarlal, starring Pakistan's sweetheart Humaima Malick and actor Emraan Hashmi has caused a huge row in Malick's homeland — and is expected to be cut from the film before it is released there. Raja Natwarlal, realised in the UK on Friday, is typical Bollywood fare, in which Malick plays a dancer in a bar who falls in love with a conman seeking to avenge the death of his partner in crime. The "love" scene is steamier than usual and there's no doubt the film has benefited from all the column inches this has generated. Kissing scenes have only been a recent phenomenon in Bollywood after the relaxation of strict censorship rules. Prior to that, stars were restricted to conveying passion through stares and the implied raunchiness of dance routines. Sexism occurs all over the world, not just in Pakistan.