Actress Rakhi Sawant, who was recently spotted at an event in Mumbai, said that Sunny Leone should be banned in India as her work incites people eventually leading to untoward incidents such as rape. Earlier, senior CPI leader Atul Anjan claimed in a video that Sunny Leone’s Manforce condom ads are responsible for the rise in rape cases in the nation.
On one hand, she is doing advertisements issued in public interest and on the other she is doing sexy songs which are making people hot, says Rakhi about Sunny Leone
“On one hand, she is doing advertisements issued in public interest and on the other she is doing sexy songs which are making people hot. Eventually, these people indulge in indecent acts with girls,” the 36-year-old actress said, She further said that Sunny should be allowed to work in India only when she is fully covered.
Reportedly, Rakhi will be seen playing Julie in Aziz Zee’s directorial ‘Ek Kahani Julie Ki’ which is based on true life events of Indrani Mukerjea.
Rakhi had claimed that Indrani and she became ‘best friends’ while she was a part of a show that Indrani produced. “I was one of Indrani’s favourite stars and she used to love me a lot. I am very sad about what is happening to her now. She is alone, she needs me. So I thought why not make a film on her life?” Rakhi adds, “Initially the film revolved around the character of Julie and her three boyfriends. After the incident, we changed the boyfriends into husbands. We have done a lot of research on the matter and are proud to present the film.”
She also claimed that she knows things about the murder which the Mumbai police, the audiences and the media doesn’t know. And with that, in her trademark manner, she has given an open challenge to the Mumbai police. “I know things about the Indrani Mukerjea case which the media, the police or the audience doesn’t know. I will incorporate all that in my film,” Rakhi had said. When asked to reveal what she knows, Rakhi laughed, “I won’t tell anyone before my movie comes out. I don’t want the CBI to come after me.”