The babe is known for raising people’s hackles with her controversial statements. I love her ‘˜calling a spade a spade’ kinda approach, but she does tend to get a tad overboard with her arrogant avowals.
The babe is known for raising people’s hackles with her controversial statements. I love her ‘calling a spade a spade’ kinda approach, but she does tend to get a tad overboard with her arrogant avowals. And yes she is a big hit in the West; she has somehow managed to create a teeny-weeny space for herself in the good books of certain honchos in Hollywood.
So what’s next for Ms Sherawat? The actor has been invited for a debate at the Oxford Union, Oxford University, UK. The topic she has been given is, gender exists to oppress. The management team apparently has been super impressed with the way Sherawat has been creating waves with her opinions about the state of women in India. Her statements are of course a big hit down the West, but in India, MS is usually greeted with slings and arrows. At the Cannes for instance, when the Murder babe said blatantly that India is a regressive country for women, she was labelled as the woman who spouts venom. Priyanka Chopra thought MS should have had watched her ‘reckless words’ on such a prestigious platform.
Sherawat seemed unperturbed by all the criticism. She reacted to all that disapproval with snot of derision, claiming that she can’t be a self-righteous hypocrite like others, singing praises of her own country when clearly it’s not worth singing praises for.
At the press conference of The Bachelorette, she was seen lashing out at a journalist who pointed fingers at the actor for creating such a bad noise about India. Sherawat of course didn’t take it lying down and reminded the female reporter about the number of rape cases one reads in the newspaper every day.
I think Mallika will make for a good speaker, only if she keeps all that ‘draamebaazi’ in control. And of course resorts to facts, which she does once in a while and does away from making false claims like she was the first women to kiss on screen in Bollywood. If she keeps this cardinal rule in mind, she will do good, and maybe for a change make people proud.