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MMS clip hits Sania

The clip came into circulation in Mumbai and on the Net in first week of December, reports Kabeer Sharma.

india Updated: Jan 08, 2006 00:02 IST
Kabeer Sharma
Kabeer Sharma

When the rest of the world was busy singing carols and unwrapping presents to celebrate Christmas last week, sex clip-makers, too, were celebrating the season… by forwarding each other what they called a “special ‘Season’s Greetings’ treat” featuring a lookalike of Indian tennis’s find of the decade — Sania Mirza.

The 12-minute clip features a girl who resembles Sania Mirza (complete with a nose ring) hiking through an unidentifiable place in the woods wearing pink briefs and a sleeveless white T-shirt, walking hand in hand with an unidentifiable male. It also features a third character, who follows the couple and films them in the forest.

The clip first came into circulation in Mumbai and on the Net around the first week of December. It became a big hit around Christmas when college students began forwarding it to each other as a Christmas and early New Year ‘gift’. The MMS is available for download but only for ‘premium’ members and costs US$20-30 (Rs 950-1,400).

Unlike other MMS clips that are circulated every now and then, this one mentions the subject’s name — however, in the caption that runs through the clip, the name is ‘Sania Mirsa’ not ‘Mirza’. There is a logo in Telugu towards the top of the clip.

Some of the people who have seen the clip claim that it is difficult to morph a clip of this length. However, others believe that the girl in the clip has been chosen to resemble the real Sania as closely as possible.

Either way, this is not one of those amateurish clips that are created by sticking a famous face to a non-famous body; it was meant to be peddled as a voyeur show.

When contacted, Globosport, the firm that manages Sania, said it was not aware of the MMS clip and would only comment after seeing it.

First Published: Jan 08, 2006 00:02 IST