Urvashi Rautela finally opens up to Boney Kapoor slapping her bum in viral video.
In April, a video of Boney Kapoor slapping Urvashi Rautela’s ass at Jayantilal Gada’s kid’s wedding reception had raised several questions about the said incident.
But, Urvashi instantly came out in support of this filmmaker and had slammed those who educated their guns at the veteran manufacturer at a Twitter post. And now after almost 5 weeks, Urvashi has opened up about the episode to let folks understand what had transpired between her and Boney Kapoor.
And there wasn’t any reaction to the viral movie from Boney Kapoor till date. However, Urvashi has stressed that none of this had occurred the way people saw from the video.
“It had been blown out of proportion. The movie went viral instantly. But there was nothing like that. I was supposed to function on a movie that’s doing it using celebrity Ajith. It was a Tamil movie which I could not do for my picture dates. So I knew him already. But since I could not do picture with himthat does not mean I do not have a relationship with him” Urvashi Rautelatold Bollywood Hungama when she had been requested to recall any amusing thing or rumour that she had heard of herself.
The movie clearly showed Boney Kapoorslapping her butt, but it looks like Urvashi saw it as a goodwill gesture in the manufacturer.
She continued,”Therefore, it was a fantastic gesture. I was entering at the party, he was also there and also the individual who was getting married was there. We were only clicking image. And I don’t know whether the photography or the angle, the way they captured, it was so weird. So then it moved to turn into such a huge thing. My telephone was ringing nonstop for 7 days.
When she had been asked if she had spoken Boney Kapoor after the movie went viral, Urvashi explained,”I talked to Boney ji and if people speak about such items when they don’t understand about exactly what happened between the two people. He did not what to say. So I’m sure it was embarrassing for him”
As they say,’all’s well that ends well’.