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Monday, June 05, 2006
Mumbai (UNI): Pakistani actress Meera has filed a complaint with Association of Motion Pictures and Television Programme Producers (AMPTPP) following reports of English film Rockin Meera' having incidents from her real life. In a letter addressed to the association, Meera's publicist and spokesperson Dale Bhagwagar has requested for a probe into the matter and has sought a special screening of the film for the actor before permitting its release.
''Initially, we thought, the name of the film being the same as of the actress was coincidental. But with reports about the film having similarities to her real life, we became skeptical. If there are any sequences in the film which resemble Meera's life, then the makers should have taken permission for the same,'' Bhagwagar said. ''Meera is in Pakistan right now and is expected to return to Mumbai in the first week of July. If the news is true, she will take legal recourse,'' he added.
Rockin Meera' is directed by Param Gill and stars a host of Indian and US actors including Sonu Sood (of Aashiq Banaya Aapne and Yuva fame), US-based rapper Terance Quaites (popularly known as TQ), Debra Wilson, Fatso Fasano, Nicole Cherie Saletta, Sayaji Shinde, Sachin Khedekar and actress Nauheed Cyrusi (of Inteha and Holiday fame) playing Meera.
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