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Rishika Singh's nude-video controversy ends?

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Very often we see controversy surrounding a film or celebrity. In the age of TV channels and new-age internet media, many take this platform to get popularity and to promote their agenda by being in the news for wrong reasons. However, not all are same and some does not believe in getting negative publicity for the sake of being in news.

Last week, we witnessed a drama on television from nowhere when a fake nude video of actress Rishika Singh drew public attention. The director and the producer SK Basheed was accused of taking a cheap route to promote their film Benki Birugaali. This made the actress to file a complaint against him for uploading it on YouTube.

It came as a surprise to many as Rishika Singh had sported a bold avatar for their dropped film Yaaredre Nanagenu. The film had created a big controversy in 2011 when the film was announced as several woman groups objected seeing Rishika Singh in a near-nude state in the poster of the film. Interestingly, the actress had defended back then claiming that she was not nude rather the actress sported the costume that appeared like she was naked.

SK Basheed, who knew the popularity of those posters, used to promote his latest film Benki Birugali, and to defame the actress for the reasons best known to him. Continue reading the story on the slideshow...

A Pic From Controversial Video

It is an one-minute plus video where Rishika Singh will be seen romancing actor-director SK Basheed. She will be seen rolling around on sand, in a near-nude state.

A Pic From Controversial Video

According to Rishika, SK Basheed has stooped low and morphed video to attract audience. "It was not me in the obscene video clip and the director has doctored the video for his personal gain," Rishika claims.

A Pic From Controversial Video

"SK Basheed has morphed the video and spreading it on social networking sites and video-sharing site YouTube to drive audience to theatres. The director has also threatened me with dire consequences," she adds.

A Pic From Controversial Video

"I have filed a case of defamation and criminal intimidation requesting the police to take action against him," she said. On the other end, SK Basheed admitted uploading unedited video scenes of Benki Birugaali and denied uploading the sequences from Yaaredre Nanagenu.

A Pic From Controversial Video

Is it a publicity stunt to promote Benki Birugali or is it a desperate attempt to pull audience to theatre by SK Basheed is a mystery to be solved yet. Is Rishika Singh serious about the issue? Is she innocent? Only her moves in the issue in the coming days will decide. Nonetheless, the film has started getting audience as the obscene video is hit on internet.

Topics: rishika singh, benki birugali, sk basheed

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