Sanjay’s ‘misbehaviour’ rumours sheer non-sense: Ameesha

Zeenews Bureau

Mumbai: All is not well between good friends Sanjay Dutt and Ameesha Patel.

A leading daily reported that during the sangeet ceremony of filmmaker Rohit Dhawan, Ameesha was wearing a chanya-choli that revealed her cleavage awkwardly. And this did not go well with her senior colleague who asked her to cover it up with a dupatta. But when the lady declined listening to Sanju Baba’s advice, he went ahead and did the needful and covered her up.

And this miffed the actress as she does not appreciate anyone telling her what she should be doing.
Narrating what had happened that night, an eye-witness to the daily said, “Sanju is a very traditional guy who doesn`t like women wearing revealing outfits. He politely told her that she was like his sister and shouldn`t dress like that. He also took her duppatta (which she had taken on the side) and covered her bosom. He never imagined that she would have a problem with that. But Ameesha just took off. She started screaming and yelling at Dutt asking him who was he to tell her such things and what she did was none of his business. Sanju was taken aback and quietly walked off from the scene of the `crime`. The next day he flew back to Mumbai.”

Dutt seemed to be very upset with the way Ameesha had allegedly behaved. He said, “I have always thought of Ameesha as a sister. I would`ve done the same with my sisters Priya and Namrata if I felt that they were dressed unsuitably at an event. I would never disrespect a lady. I have never ever done that in my life. I have always tried to help Ameesha and be like an older brother to her. If she has been saying this, I will never respect her and she will lose a well-wisher for ever.”

However, Ameehsa denied accusing Sanjay of misbehaving with her and said, “Sanju is very protective about me. He`s such a dear friend that he can never ever misbehave. In fact, Sanju would himself kill if someone would try to touch me. He wouldn`t allow even a fly to hurt me. All these cheap rumours of `misbehaviour` is sheer nonsense and spread by jealous losers.”

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