While, two recent video clips, one showing Nagma being kissed by a Congress leader and another she slapping a groper during poll rallies have been making headlines, the actress turned politician has now taken a complete U-turn and denied any incident of groping or kissing.
Recently, a video gone viral in which Nagma was seen being forcefully kissed by one Congress leader, Gajraj Singh, followed by another incident at Meerut where the actress was groped by a man whom she slapped on the spot.
Both the incidents got captured on lens and being upset at the Meerut incident, Nagma also threatened never to return to Meerut if something similar happens again. Although, the party did not take any action against the alleged Congress leader yet but extra protection for Nagma was asked for during the rallies.
However, things now just underwent a roller coaster ride and Nagma who was initially very upset with all these, now straight way denies any such incident during her campaigning.
Although, the video clip clearly showed Nagma slapping the man who misbehaved with her during the Meerut rally, she now offers a complete different story. "No one tried to kiss me. I didn't slap anyone either. Video doesn't show me slapping anyone. The person tried to come close to me so I just pushed him away. It wasn't an act of misbehaviour as he was trying to tell me something but due to noise, I couldn't hear him and so he came closer," claimed Nagma in a television interview.
Click on the link to watch the video in which Nagma was kissed by the Congress leader
It is to mention, Nagma's latest statement does not suit well with the footages in which the lady is seen pushing Gajraj Singh when he tried to kiss her on the cheeks on March 22, followed by another incident on March 28 when Nagma slapped a man in a crowd who supposedly groped her.
It is said that politics is a dirty game and no one knows which trick makes a game and with Lok Sabha polls almost knocking on the door, no party will want to have a bad name. So, is Nagma's statement came under some party pressure? Well, we keep the guess work for you guys to do.