Bollywood actress Mallika Sherawat is all set to return to the big screens with her forthcoming movie Rk/RKay. Earlier, she made her Bollywood debut 2003 movie Khwaish. Later, she rose to fame with Anurag Basu’s 2004 romantic thriller Murder, co-starring Emraan Hashmi. The movie went on to become one of the biggest blockbusters of the year due to its steamy scenes between Mallika and Emraan Hashmi.
In a latest media chat, she opened up about how she was judged for doing bold scenes in her movies. She said that even though women were vicious to her for some reason, Indian men always loved her. In a media chat, Mallika opened up about how she was judged by people in India for doing ‘bold scenes’. She revealed, “I think my glamour was overwhelming for them. I am unapologetic about it. I wore a bikini in murder and actresses have worn bikini before me also but I was so nonchalant about it. I was like I have a great body. Do you want me to wear a saree at the beach? No, I will wear a bikini and I celebrated my body because for me that was very liberating for me. But that was too much to handle for people, especially women. Men have had no problems with me. Men love me in India and I love them back. It's just some women who are so vicious to me. I don't know why because I love sisterhood. I love to support money.”
On the film front, Mallika Sherawat is promoting her film RK/RKay, which will hit cinema halls on July 22.