No publicity with Porn MMS: Mallika

No publicity with Porn MMS: Mallika
Wednesday, July 13, 2005 14:05 IST
By Santa Banta News Network
An obscene Mallika Sherawat MMS is doing rounds on the Internet and mobile phones across the country but poor Mallika is nowhere to be found. She is in Europe and we haven't heard much from her over the entire controversy.

Meanwhile, a lawyer representing Bollywood actress has asked police to probe an MMS, featuring a ‘look-alike' of the actress allegedly engaged in a sexual act.

In a letter written to Mumbai Police Commissioner, lawyer Vibhav Krishna said the six-minute long MMS was reportedly being circulated widely in the city and elsewhere.

It was the ‘handiwork of mischief mongers', Krishna said adding, "I have not seen the clip but have heard about it".

Krishna said he had also written to the Social Security Branch at the Cyber Crime cell of Mumbai police, saying the "offence should be probed under Section 67 of the Information Technology Act, which provides for a punishment for a first-time offender of five years' imprisonment and a Rs 1 lakh fine".

Though the real culprit is still at large, Mallika has been able to garner enough supporters in the film industry who condemn such despicable measures unequivocally. Leading the pack is veteran director Mahesh Bhatt, who claims this MMS has been planted to pain and damage Mallika.

Says Bhatt: "No one can possibly fight such personal attacks individually. I appeal to the film industry to express outrage and fight this menace together."
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