The complaint was filed by local BJP leader Akash Saxena. In the complaint, Saxena alleged that Azam made objectionable remarks about Jaya Prada at a prize distribution ceremony of a local cricket tournament on June 29.
Jaya Prada, an actor-turned-politician, who joined the saffron party in March, just before the Lok Sabha elections kicked off in April, fought a tough battle in the SP stronghold against controversial candidate Azam Khan but lost it by a margin of over one lakh votes.
This election season, as Mathura MP Malini sweated out in the heat and dust of campaigning, we took a closer look at her political engagements -- only to find that the actor does not follow the underlined sartorial codes that other politicians do.
Jaya Prada said, "I cannot decide whether to laugh or cry, like father like son. I hadn't expected this from Abdullah. He is an educated man. Your father says I am am Amrapali and you say I am Anarkali. Is that how you see women of society?"
Interestingly, this election season has seen unprecedented personal attacks and verbal volleys on women politicians, with male politicians delving into unparliamentary language when talking about their female counterparts.
New Delhi, Jan 26 (ANI): The evergreen beauty of Bollywood, Rekha was honoured with the third Yash Chopra Memorial Award in Mumbai on January 25.The award was presented by Maharashtra Governor C Vidyasagar Rao in recognition of her talent and contribution to the film industry. The most special moment of the ceremony was when Rekha extended the shelter of her shawl to Ranveer Singh as an expression of love, while he was wrapping it around the graceful lady.The award has been instituted by the TSR Foundation of T Subbarami Reddy in the memory of the producer-director, who died in 2012.Veterans like Shatrughan Sinha, Sridevi, Jaya Prada, Pamela Chopra and young star Ranveer Singh, among others attended the event.