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IN Celebrities ON 10 Aug, 2016
A controversial face of the industry, "Rakhi Sawant" is back with what she can do the best. She knows it very well to stay in the news and never fails to amaze us. You never know when she becomes the next trending topic in India.
Recently she turned up to an Independence Day event in Chicago wearing a dress with Prime Minister Modi's picture printed all over it, even at some places where they should not be. On Sunday, she was invited to the Independence Day celebrations of the Federation of Indian Americans (FIA) in Wheaton, IL.
Rakhi, known for her 'bold' attire and gutsy actions, attended the event wearing this unique, customized ensemble. Also, the pictures were placed on her dress in such a way that has evoked strong reactions from various people on social media with people finding the insult of PM hard to digest.
Rakhi Sawant's outfit has Narendra Modi's face on her butt and his hand on her boobs.
Twitter reactions started to pour in as expected. No one really knows what was she thinking when she went out in this twisted show of patriotism. Rakhi was away from the limelight for sometime, but this surely is a great comeback!
Rakhi definitely took the PM to places he never thought he'd go. She is definitely trying to get all of Prime MInister's attention. A few days ago, she had even given a special message to PM during her chat with Bollywood Hungama.
Everyone is aware of Rakhi's love for Mr Modi. Also, the item queen in the past had announced that she wants to marry him. But her move has outstripped everything.
The FIA Chicago Trustee Mr Shareef was so upset with this whole lot of drama put up by her. He said, "I'm sure the Consulate General will take action on this since he has always been very particular about the roles and there is an official code of ethics. I am demanding the Consulate should take action on this, having the Prime Minister's picture on your body in a half dress in this way just unacceptable."
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