Hello… Kaun Hai? Nigar Khan. So what's new? The heat factor! Move over all the Sherawats and Dhupias, Nigar has gone one step further.
The foreign-model turned item number girl who featured in the Chadti Jawani remix video and performed sensational item numbers in Rudraksh and Shaadi Ka Laddoo was surrounded by controversy a couple of months back. There's more to the story now.
Just shortly recollecting the story, some explicit pictures of Nigar Khan made rounds of the internet in May 2004 surfacing through some website. The images showed Negar posing in semi-nude, just in her bare essentials for a leading Norway men's magazine VI Menn.
She had also appeared as the (topless) cover girl in the Issue 29 (Year 2002) of the magazine having a circulation of more than one lakh. The editor of VI Menn had approved of the fact that the images were of Nigar. However Nigar then disapproved of all the pictures stating that she has not posed for them and they were certainly morphed.
Well, that's an old story now, you would say. What's news is that the same Nigar Khan has dared to bare beyond one would have expected her to (after all her allegations), for her next film Hello…Kaun Hai?.
The publicity stills of the film have Nigar Khan posing somewhat in the American Beauty theme clad in Nothing with just some flower petals covering what needs to be covered. Nigar who then had claimed that she never felt the need to go nude or semi-nude, has done these hot titillating semi-nude photo shoots for the film.
Of course the thriller film has more erotic elements to it. Earlier we had also informed you of Nigar shooting for a bathroom scene for the film with her bathroom having some mystery elements to it.
The film produced by Ashok Khullar and Govind Mishra along with director Rakesh Sawant also stars the Rules girl Meera Vasudevan along with Nisha Harale, Rati Agnihotri, Tom Alter, Milind Gunaji and Kabir Bedi with his son Adam Bedi as the male lead.
Whatever be the case, one things for sure. These images of Nigar are not morphed. Indiafm