MUMBAI — Controversial queen of Bollywood, Rakhi Sawant has blamed pornstar turned Bollywood actress Sunny Leone of sharing her phone number with people working in the adult entertainment industry.
Rakhi, in conversation with a leading online portal, alleged that she was constantly receiving calls from people working in the porn industry in Los Angeles to act in adult films.
“Sunny Leone has given my number to the adult entertainment industry. I am getting calls from people there. They are asking for my videos and medical certificate and are offering me good amount,” Rakhi told International Business Times, India. “But,” she added, “I am not at all interested in doing such work. I will die but will never ever get into that world. I am an Indian girl and I know my values. Mein dil se Hindustani hoon( I’m an Indian by heart). When I asked them how they got my number, they took Sunny Leone’s name.”
When she asked the concerned people how they got her number, they reportedly took Sunny’s name, she said. She alleged that ‘those people’ asked her for her videos and medical certificate.
Not just that, Rakhi also alleged that Sunny called her from an unknown number nd asked her if she was jealous of her after the former Bigg Boss contestant posted a video reacting to the news of Sunny becoming a mother to twins.
“After I posted the congratulating videos for the former porn star, she called me from unknown number and was asking if I am jealous of her. Why will I be? I have done good work in the B-Town. I have brought the trend of remix. People can sit with family to watch my work. However, I just hope people from porn industry don’t misuse my name and number,” she added.
Sunny and her husband Daniel Weber, who were recently became parents to twin boys, Asher and Noah conceived through surrogacy, are yet to comment on Rakhi’s allegations.Follow @gorkhapost
Legendary Chicago blues guitarist Otis Rush dies at 84
CHICAGO—Legendary Chicago blues guitarist Otis Rush died on Saturday at the age of 84.
Rush succumbed to complication from a stroke he suffered in 2003.
Rush was born in Philadelphia, Mississipi. He settled in Chicago and began playing the local clubs, wearing a cowboy hat and sometimes strumming his guitar upside down for effect.
He catapulted to international fame in 1956 with his first recording on Cobra Records of “I Can’t Quite You Baby,” which reached No.6 on the Billboard R&B chart.
He was a key architect of the Chicago “West Side Sound” in the 1950s and 1960s, which modernized traditional blues to introduce more of a jazzy, amplified sound.Follow @gorkhapost