Mallika Sherawat is at it yet again. At the launch of her television show on Monday, which will encapsulate her journey to find her Prince Charming, the sex siren fired one verbal volley after another!
Interestingly the show’s first promo has a guy fainting on realising that Mallika is his wife! But we prefer to swoon with her Mallika-ism. “I always speak my mind and speak the truth. If it becomes scandalous then it is not my fault,” she cooed. Here are a few Mallika gems...
Her reason for doing a television show: As a single woman, money is important but this is not the only reason why I am doing the show!
How she plans to educate people with her show: Woman should have the right to choose their life partners as it has been happening since the Ramayan and Mahabharat time. I have read so many reports where girls get married at a very young age. So in a way I hope I can manage to remind people about the right to choose their life partner with my show.
On her living in the US: I have not moved from India. I don’t know why there is this misconception that I have moved to Los Angeles. I visit the US only for work and to socialise.
Her crush: I am a normal woman and I too have my crushes. I fainted after seeing Bill Clinton. I still find Barack Obama very handsome. My man should have the qualities which Obama has. I prefer men who take risks in life and especially the ones who are not afraid to speak their mind.
On Sanjay Dutt: I have had a great experience working with Sanjay Dutt. He is a very helpful and caring person. I hope he finds strength in this hour of need.
Gudiya’s rape in Delhi: It is devastating... on the day of Ram Navami such a heinous crime took place. I think it is not Ram Rajya but Raavan Rajya. As a woman myself, I have never felt so insecure and helpless in this country.
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