Spice girl speaks up!
Didn't Mirchi gal Rakhi Sawant always warn that that she's too hot to handle? And this time, she lived up to her image at the recent Kohlapur incident where her hot moves created a stir.
While the police have registered a case of obscenity against the brassy babe, the fiasco has not bogged down Rakhi even one ounce. Now, she is adamant that she will continue her dance and song sequence in the same fashion. "If I am so hot that people can't even control their emotions after watching my dance performance, what can I do? I am not at fault at all. Agar beer peene ke baad appko nasha aata hai to isme beer ka to koi kasur nahin hai (If you get drunk after having beer, then liquor is not to be blamed). Agar aap nasha handle nahin kar sakte to mat peejiye (If you cannot handle getting drunk, then don't drink). Everyone must know what it means to invite Rakhi Sawant! I don't go to sing bhajans or ghazals. The show was organized in my name. If I don't give what people expect from me, why should they come to watch me? I lived up to my fans' expectations. Now, if some of them could not handle and went berserk, why should I be blamed for this?" asks the perky item girl.
According to Rakhi, the cops should have done better security arrangements. She says, "Now, if police fails to control the crowd, they can't pass the buck on me saying that it's deep cleavage that created all the ruckus. I am more vulnerable when I do hot live performance in the crowd of 30 to 40 thousand people. I think police should assist me giving proper protection."Asked if anything was wrong with her clothes, she answers, "My skirt was reasonably long and it covered all essential parts. Similar was the case with my top. Nothing was visible on the upper part of my body. I did not expose anything. Only my dance was hot because I am in item dancer not a ghazal singer. I don't want to cheat thousands of fans that want to watch my raunchy performances only because some people can't control their emotions. I will carry on my dance and costume, whatever may happen," quips Rakhi.
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