The release of the first poster of "Dirty Politics", showing protagonist Mallika Sherawat wrapped in the tricolour and sitting atop a car with a beacon, has kicked up a row, but director K.C. Bokadia is unperturbed. He says that he will not buckle under pressure and change it.
Actress Mallika Sherawat is no stranger to controversy. And she has once again kicked up a storm by appearing in a tricolour in the poster of her new film `Dirty Politics`. There are more stars who have had a controversial brush with the Indian flag.
Sizzling beauty Mallika Sherawat has once again sparked a controversy by sporting a tricolour in the first poster of her upcoming film `Dirty Politics`. The first look of the movie was released recently in Mumbai.
Almost three years after the murder of auxiliary nurse Bhanwari Devi, a court here will commence the trial from June 23 while it framed murder charges against all the 17 accused in the sensational murder case today.
In the wake of increasing cases of violence against women and children, especially in rural areas, a Dalit women`s rights body on Saturday said women belonging to lower sections are most vulnerable and an attitude change in the society can correct the problem.
Controversies follow Mallika Sherawat like rains after gathering clouds. To no one`s surprise Mallika has fuelled a storm of protests while playing Bhanwari Devi, the slain Rajasthani nurse in KC Bokadia`s ‘Dirty Politics’.
Actress Mallika Sherawat, who is playing the lead in "Dirty Politics", says her brother has received threat calls because she is doing the film based on the alleged murder of Bhanwari Devi by a politician from Rajasthan.