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Mira Nair's controversial 1996 film Kama Sutra: A Tale Of Love made headlines for obvious reasons.
After a very discreet shooting schedule in India that involved pretend-shooting whenever government officials paid the film sets a visit, the film was only shown to the authorities in its entirety upon its completion and was promptly banned.
But did you know that a prominent Bollywood director made her first and only onscreen appearance so far as an extra in the film?
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Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara director Zoya Akhtar (right), who was also one of the assistant directors on the film, was roped in for a blink-and-you-miss appearance as one of Rekha's character's pupils in the film.