Bipasha Basu and her husband Karan Singh Grover are in the news
for all the wrong reasons! Organisers of the India Pakistan London
Fashion Show have accused Bipasha of being unprofessional and
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Now the organisers have decided to expose Bipasha Basu and her husband Karan Singh Grover. Read more below.
I Am Going To Expose Her
Ronita Sharma Rekhi, an official of the India-Pakistan London Fashion Show, told Mid Day, ''I am going to call a press conference and expose her if needed.''
Bipasha Will Have To Apologise
''I've requested the hotel to source CCTV footage to show what a fit she threw. I have witnesses to substantiate my claims. She will have to apologise for her behaviour. I am not scared."
I Cancelled Her Return Tickets
"If she decided to not do the show, she should have the dignity to take the next flight back home. I have cancelled her return ticket."
We Will Not Pay For Her Fun
She further added, "We've borne too many losses because of Bipasha. No more paying for her fun."
Sources Close To Bipasha Revealed...
"When Bipasha and Karan landed, there was no car to receive them. The car landed two hours later. They hadn't even booked a hotel for her. Since it was a hospitality deal, Bipasha was going to stay longer, even after the show was over.''
Bipasha Made An Emergency Call
''She'd to make an emergency call to the hotel which she had booked for after the show, with her personal money and arranged her stay over there for the entire trip.''
Bipasha Will Be Staying In London
''She will be staying in London as per their original plan and she is using her own money for that. The organisers can claim what they want to. The relevant information is all on email."
Bipasha's team sent out a statement, "She is a thorough professional. Unfortunately, the organisers didn't honour their commitment in terms of hospitality and logistics. On landing, Bipasha had to book a hotel on her own. What happened was completely unprofessional on the organisers' part."