Actress Bipasha Basu has denied reports that the alleged taped conversation, doing the rounds of the internet, is between her and former Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh. “Pls request u all to go n hear d conversation 1st n then if u still think its me, I openly challenge anyone to prove it is me!” she clarified on Twitter.com.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday lifted its five-year-old stay order on publication or telecast of Singh’s conversations with top politicians, Bollywood stars and industrialists that were recorded in 2005. Excerpts from the conversations were released on the internet on Thursday. Among Singh’s conversations, there is one where the politician is talking to a woman who says she is ‘Bipasha’.
Taking a strong stance against the tapes, the 32-year-old Bengali beauty further clarified, “A celeb takes beatings of all kinds but if my dignity is challenged, I am ready to take this issue up in a stronger manner! There is a limit of making up stories at the cost of a celeb! Sensationalising ridiculous and untrue stories is not ethical at all!”