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Nargis Fakhri who has been away from the silver screen for pretty a while currently made a surprising revelation about her early modeling days. In an interview with former grownup celebrity Brittni De La Mora, she opened up that for the duration of her modeling days, she used to be requested to pose nude for a popular person magazine.

However, the ‘Main Tera Hero’ actress grew to become down the provide due to the fact she used to be not comfy with the offer. Nargis referred to that when she was once modelling, there used to be this university edition thing. Her agent said they are asking for girls, they have chosen to see her if she would desire to do it. She was once like, the person magazine is so huge and the money used to be so much. But she stated no thanks, she is good.

Furthermore, the actress said that she used to be really blissful to work in Bollywood because they don’t do sex scenes. That made her so pleased because she was so not into getting naked in front of a camera. She can’t do. Any sexual or passionate scene would have been tough for her because even although it’s acting. She had reservations about that too.

Nargis also spoke about dropping out on initiatives due to the fact she was no longer prepared to compromise on her morals and values. She averred that she always knew that she am no longer going to be so hungry for repute that she is not going to pose bare or sleep with a director. She has lost jobs because she didn’t do certain things and that used to be heartbreaking due to the fact she was once making an attempt to live in a vicinity where she had high requirements and boundaries, and it sucks!” she said.
On the work front, the actress used to be last seen in the horror film ‘Amavas’, which launched before this year.


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