Wednesday 27 February 2013

Sherlyn Chopra to bare it all in ‘Kamasutra 3D’, confirms director

Hot Sherlyn Chopra who was thrown out of ‘Kamasutra 3D’ is back again. She has patched up with the director Rupesh Paul and grabbed the film again. Now the latest about the movie is that Sherlyn along with eight others will do a nude scene.
Rupesh Paul told, "Sherlyn is a very dedicated actress and she is very passionate about her job. I don't think any other actress could justify it. Besides, it's a very bold subject where she is going nude and there are eight actors in the film who are also going nude."
He further added: "Sherlyn is playing a princess in the film and I am not ready to compromise with any scene in the film."
‘Kamasutra 3D’ will go on floor by March 15.
"We will start shooting in Rajasthan. We have just shot two to three percent of the film and now the real journey will begin."
Sherlyn was thrown out of the film because she had violated the terms and conditions of the film and leaked a nude video of the movie. Highly miffed Rupesh immediately thrown her out of the movie and he was to replace her with a Hollywood star. But things sorted out between them.
"After the incident, she has become more mature and responsible. Had I cast anyone else, the tantrums from the actress would have been the same. But one thing I like about Sherlyn is her dedication," said Paul.
Sherlyn apologized to Rupesh. “Sherlyn came to my hotel room to take it saying she just wanted to copy it on her phone and she wouldn`t share it. ‘Kamasutra 3D’ is a Hollywood production and they`re strict about their terms and conditions. I had declined when they requested me for the video. Later, they got it from the video-sharing site,” Rupesh was quoted as saying.

He also said, “Sherlyn has assured me in writing that going forward she will not do or say anything to promote the film without the prior consent of the producers.”
On the other hand, Sherlyn clarified by saying “In hindsight, I agree that prudence should always precede passion. Henceforth, I won`t do anything just out of passion, but also with due diligence, keeping the best interests of everyone at heart. I`m looking forward to shooting the movie, an adaptation of one of India`s most ancient manuscripts.”

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