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Court summons to Mallika Sherawat for ‘dirty’ dance

Actress has been accused for hosting 'dirty' dance programme on New Year eve.

Written by Express News Service | Vadodara |
March 8, 2013 3:43:39 am

A local court in Vadodara issued summons to actor Mallika Sherawat Thursday and asked her to remain present in the court on April 20 in connection with a case filed here in January 2007 accusing the actor and owner of JW Meriott Hotel in Mumbai for hosting a “dirty” dance programme on the New Year eve.

The Gujarat High Court has directed the city court to take further a case filed here on January 12,2007. On the basis of photographs and news reports of the event,lawyer Narendra Tiwari had filed a complaint with the first-class judicial magistrate court under Section 8 of the Immoral Trafficking (Prevention) Act,1956,and Sections 368 and 244 of the Indian Penal Code,calling the programme “ugly and dirty”.

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