The makers of Kamasutra 3D are planning to replace Sherlyn Chopra and approach Hollywood stars Eva Longoria or Mila Kunis for the film instead. Sherlyn left director Rupesh Paul miffed when she uploaded a video clip of the photoshoot of the film on her youtube channel without seeking his permission.
“I was shocked to see the video. While sharing the video, I had specified it’s not for public viewing, but she still went ahead and uploaded it without our permission. We were so upset with her unprofessional behaviour that we decided to start considering other heroines. So far, we have shortlisted Eva Longoria or Mila Kunis. Kama Sutra is a more popular concept in West than in India so it doesn’t matter if the actress is Indian or American,” says Paul.
http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2012/11/sherlyn-kamasutra.jpgSherlyn, however, maintains that she duly informed him and is not at all apologetic. “I do not regret having uploaded the video. The photoshoot video was not shot for private viewing. There is absolutely no need for me to apologise to Mr Paul as I am not wrong,” she defends. She doesn’t care about being shown the door, either. “Earlier, Mr Paul was in talks with a Hollywood actress for the lead role. If he wishes to have anybody else on board now, he's most welcome to do so,” she says.
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