Raja Natwarlal:

Hashmi kisses Humaima Malik with an uncomfortably open mouth, like a goldfish eating food dropped into the tank.

Raaz 3:

In an extremely disturbing scene, Hashmi has his hands almost violently locked onto a crying, protesting Esha Gupta’s face. His solution to stop her crying is an unwarranted kiss, which she initially struggles against but, of course, allows herself to enjoy for a moment before breaking away. This scene screams an unhealthy relationship.

Tumsa Nahin Dekha:

This scene is absolutely ridiculous. A dazed Hashmi staggers out of a car in the rain, stares at Dia Mirza for ten seconds, and then grabs her and kisses her at a bus stop. He doesn’t let go of her, and the scene cuts to choppy shots of incredulous onlookers before Mirza shoves Hashmi away. Hashmi retreats into the rain with a sly smile on his face, as Mirza still looks unsure of what she did to deserve this.

Crook:

In the music video for the Punjabi song Challa from the film Crook, Hashmi portrays a completely unconvincing bad-boy character, capable of seducing a stripper off a pole, into a private room, and then into his bed with a single-well placed note. Not only is this not how strip-clubs work, Hashmi looks like he is attempting to control his excitement in this scene with a white girl, meant to show his badassery and prowess, while the film cuts intermittently to a traumatic event in his past with another woman through his sex scene. Absolutely impossible to take seriously.

Raaz Reboot:

This kiss is a lot like the first one on this list; uncomfortable simply because this is not how human beings kiss. Perhaps it was meant to display greater emotion for the scene, but Hashmi and his co-star Kriti Kharbanda end up looking like they are independently chewing food with their mouths conjoined.