The first look of Hollywood star Lindsay Lohan's visit to India featuring her documentary on child trafficking has been leaked on the Internet.
The blonde beauty best known for her wild partying lifestyle had visited India last month claiming to have saved 40 children on her first day in the country.
The clip leaked on video sharing website YouTube sees Lohan talking about her experience at a children's shelter outside Kolkata, which houses young women and girls who were victims of trafficking and other forms of exploitation, Hollyscoop.com reported.
While shooting for the BBC documentary the 23-year-old star had written on Twitter, "Over 40 children saved so far...Within one day's work. This is what life is about... Doing this is a life worth living! Oh, and I'm talking about being in India."
"Trafficking is a big issue here, I'm here to do what I can, and I will continue to do so...Focusing on celebrities and lies is so disconcerting, when we can be changing the world one child at a time," she added.
However the Mean Girls star's much publicised charity visit to the country had ran into trouble with a Delhi based NGO who refuted her claim of saving 40 children for them.
Now, the film called Lindsay Lohan In India to be aired on soon on BBC Three will reveal the true picture.
"I cannot say at this moment. I wish I could. You will see what I'm really seeing and doing soon, just wait. I'm only one person. Let's not start judging and looking for negatives that don't exist," Lohan had wrote on Twitter.