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Old 05-16-2011, 03:20 PM
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Default Bipasha Basu: Controversy's 'Amar' Child!

If you thought all steam had been spent from the controversial quarters in Bipasha Basu's life, what with...

If you thought all steam had been spent from the controversial quarters in Bipasha Basu's life, what with her candid acceptance of having parted ways with long time beau John Abraham and moved on, well you were so underestimating the Bong babe's life affairs.

After Supreme Court lifted the ban (which had been in standing since 2006) from release of a set of clandestine taped conversations of former SP Minister Amar Singh, the juiciest gossip revealed was in the one which is allegedly a phone chat between the old Minister and the actress.

A flirtatious conversation, to remain strictly euphemistic, which is embarrassingly inappropriate to become publicly accessible content.

To quote an excerpt from the same, as made available by Reuters:

Male voice: "Lekin time nikalenge". (But I will find the time). Female voice: "Okay sweetie".

Male voice: "Nice to have remembered an old fossil like me".

Female voice: "Old fossil like you?...Does it matter?" The man responds, saying: "Yes, it matters between the legs." The woman bursts out laughing: "Ha...ha...ha".

Unsurprisingly, Bipasha Basu has risen to her self defense and denied to be the woman in those tapes at all, although the female voice identifies herself by the same name. Apart from lashing out at the unethical conduct of dailies and national press who have printed news of the same and roped her into the chapter without seeking clarification from her, Bips has also taken to the ever faithful micro-blogging site Twitter to voice her denial of the claims, and her absolute disgust at being disgraced as such. She has challenged anyone who has heard the tapes, to prove the voice in the recording is her own.

Quoting her tweet:

'Pls request u all to go n hear d conversation 1st n then if u still think its me, I openly challenge anyone to prove it is me!' [(c) Twitter]

In another statement the actress claimed to have only heard the conversation on the internet after being goaded by sudden barrage of questions from the media over the matter, post the release of the tapes. She has gone as far as to clarify, that a mere conversation with the minister has never taken place, let alone this particular infamous one.

So far, from the industry itself, Sonam Kapoor, Pritish Nandy, and Celina Jaitley have verbally voiced their belief in Bipasha's word.

A rather touchy matter to stomach, even for someone like Bips, who's in and out of headlines for plenty of notorious reasons, and has rather stoically come to accept gossip to be an inherent part of a celeb's life.

Meanwhile, be sure to tell us which side of the story you believe is credible, and why!

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