Sasheh Aagha never felt helpless during MMS scandal

Last Updated: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 - 13:59

Mumbai: Pakistani actress Sasheh Aagha, making her Bollywood debut with ‘Aurangzeb’, was involved in an MMS scandal, but says it was not a difficult phase.

In 2011 an MMS showing Sasheh with Bollywood actor Ruslaan Mumtaz went viral, but the actress says her name got falsely implicated.

"It was not difficult at all. I felt that these things happen, people gossip all the time," Sasheh said.

Daughter of ‘Nikaah’ fame actress-singer Salma Aagha, she considers herself "to be like any normal human being".

"I never felt that what I should do? I was not involved in something, my name has been used and that comes with the whole baggage. I never felt what am I going to do now?"

People`s curiosity about her makes her happy, but at the same time she urges people not to invade her privacy.

"It is a blessing from god when someone wants to know what you are doing. I respect that, but people don`t understand that we are normal human beings and we can make mistakes too. I want my personal life to be personal," she said.

In her first film ‘Aurangzeb’, she has steamy scenes with Arjun Kapoor.

"It`s not like we have these scenes to make the film spicy... the film is very bold. Everyone is very power-driven. You are doing extreme things in life to get what you want. Both (Arjun and Sasheh) are raw and animalistic with each other. If you have that, then a lot of chemistry on the bolder side comes out," said Sasheh.

However, she hopes to change her image in her next film.

"I want people to see that just because someone has done something in one film, does not mean that they can`t change in their next," said the Bollywood fresher.


First Published: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 - 13:59

More from zeenews

comments powered by Disqus


  • Baankey Ki Crazy Baraat movie review: A whimsical entourage Baankey Ki Crazy Baraat movie review: A whimsical entourage 
  • Kaun Kitne Paani Mein movie review: Tale of changing dynamics Kaun Kitne Paani Mein movie review: Tale of changing dynamics