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Nargis Fakhri: I Would Never Be Naked For A Project

Ameesha Patel recently gave a homophobic statement during the promotion of her upcoming film Gadar 2, Ameesha expressed that audiences are eagerly awaiting good, clean cinema that they can enjoy with their families.

Nargis Fakhri
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Actor Nargis Fakhri, who is making her OTT debut with Tatlubaaz, spoke about exploring diverse and unconventional roles. However, she firmly stated that she would never agree to appear naked in any project. 

In an interview with Hindustan Times, Nargis said, “I would never be naked for a project. I have a problem with nudity.” However, she added that she wouldn’t mind playing a character who is gay “because playing a homosexual or being shown as a woman married to another woman doesn’t bother me. Playing any character for me is part of my job. You’re acting and I think that’s totally fine.”

When asked about people complaining about how it gets uncomfortable to watch OTT shows with family, the actor said, “The audience has a choice to watch it or not. They can choose to switch it off or watch something else. That’s the beauty of the OTT platform. There are so many options out there.”

Ameesha Patel recently gave a homophobic statement during the promotion of her upcoming film Gadar 2, Ameesha expressed that audiences are eagerly awaiting good, clean cinema that they can enjoy with their families.

In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, Ameesha said, “OTT for sure doesn’t give you that. Because OTT is full of, homosexuality, gay-lesbianism… Scenes where you have to cover your kids’ eyes or actually put a child lock on your television so they can’t access those platforms. It’s not something you really want your kids to watch.”

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