Pakistani singer, actor and model Fawad Khan who shot to fame in India with hit TV shows Zindagi Gulzar Hai and Humsafar and grabbed attention with his mesmerising presence opposite Sonam Kapoor in Khoobsurat has become possibly the only actor who to have an unofficial ‘no-kissing’ clause for his upcoming projects.

Known to be conservative and traditional, the actor has ensured that he will work in Bollywood on his own terms. He had put his foot down to do a kissing scene in Khoobsurat and now we learn that the actor refused to kiss Alia Bhat in a romantic scene in his upcoming Film Kapoor and Sons, which is in production.

Fawad shoots with Siddharth Malhotra for the film and has developed a great rapport with his co-stars.

Fawad is also working in Battle for Bittora with Sonam Kapoor, and the rumours are rife that he has been strict about doing intimate scenes. The film which is based on the novel of the same title, written by Anuja Chauhan will go on the floor in June. Reports suggest that Fawad has made it very clear to the filmmakers that he will not be able to pull off a kissing scene as he is not comfortable with it and thus will not be able to perform it on camera.

Known to be a Pakistani heartthrob, Fawad is a popular romantic hero who has always drawn a line while shooting in his homeland. He doesn’t want to suddenly drop his inhibitions and become too bold for the sake of it His strict rules are intact for Bollywood, as he does not want to offend his core audience.

He believes in creating a sizzling chemistry with his lead actresses without getting intimate.

Fawad is the only cross- border actor who rose to limelight in a quick time. After the success of Khoobsurat, he instantly got to work in a few prestigious projects. It was rumoured that Fawad was the first choice to enact Virat Kohli in the upcoming biopic on Indian cricketer M S Dhoni titled M S Dhoni: The Untold Story. But, Fawad dismisses the news stating that no such role ever came to him. He would have enjoyed playing the character, though.