Mona Chopra is not sure about it and says that she has to see the clip to
ascertain if the woman in the clip is really her. If it happens to be her "then
it is a serious breach of her privacy," said Mona Chopra and further added that
in that case she plans to take legal advice from her lawyer. But, the media
grapevine doesn't rule out the possibility of it being a publicity stunt.
Mona Chopra, who is known for her sexy image, made her debut in 'Timepass'.
Interestingly, Mona Chopra is reported to be doing a nude scene in 'Red
Swastika', which has been directed by Vinod Pande of Sins fame, if the media
reports are to be believed.
Mona is reported to have told in an interview, "In Red Swastika I play a
psychotic killer. She kills people in the most gruesome manner but has no
regrets over it. In this film there's a sequence that I am sure will make
headlines. It's the film's USP too.
I am shown taking a shower and my back is naked from top to bottom. I am going
to be shot from behind and I expect some part of my side profile to be visible
as well. But it's going to have an aesthetic appeal. The audience won't find it
vulgar or obscene."
Then, she opines further, "Who will notice me if I don't expose? I have
therefore decided to do these bare-dare scenes at the beginning of my career.
Once I have caught people's attention, I will concentrate on acting rather than
exposure. I will have to expose at first; only then will people know me and
respect me as an actress."
Looks like the redefinition of the word 'acting' is imminent and so is its