New Bond girl Lea Seydoux has admitted she was initially scared before filming love scenes with Daniel Craig, but said Daniel made it easy for her!!
The 30-year-old, who plays Doctor Madeleine Swann in the forthcoming 007 movie SPECTRE, said she did not think she would be good enough to make the scenes believable.
"All of my scenes were with Daniel. It was a dream," she said."It was scary too, though. I thought, 'Will I be good enough? Will people believe in the love story?' But it was much easier than I thought and Daniel was so good with me. He is the perfect James Bond – the best ever, I think, serious and strong as well as intelligent."
She said both of bonded very well on the sets and that it would hopefully reflect onscreen.
"We have the same sense of humour," she added. "There was a real complicity. Even when filming serious scenes we joked and had fun. It was always that 'wink, wink' feeling between us. The chemistry was strong. I hope the audience can feel that."
SPECTRE, the 24th James Bond adventure, from Albert R. Broccoli’s EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, and Sony Pictures Entertainment, is set for release in India on in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu.