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“Gauhar Khan Beaten at RAW STAR Grand Finale”


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Moment Bollywood star was SLAPPED by member of the audience during TV show because she was wearing clothing that was ‘too revealing for a Muslim’ Daily Mail, December 1, 2014

  • Gauahar Khan was presenting singing competition Raw Star in Mumbai
  • When a male audience member took offence at her clothing
  • The 24-year-old threatened to assault her live on television
  • As a Muslim woman, Khan should not have worn a short dress, he said

Bollywood star Gauahar Khan was slapped by a man in the audience at a TV competition she was presenting after he took offence at the clothes she was wearing.

Akil Malik, 24, reacted after seeing the model wearing a short dress while she hosted the grande finale of singing competition Raw Star at Film City in Goregaon, Mumbai.

The 24-year-old then got out of his seat and threatened to assault her live on television.

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Exactly how Malik managed to get close to Khan remains a mystery as security during the song competition was extremely tight.

Despite crowds of 2,500 and 250 guards being present in the studio, Malik was about to break through a cordon and confront Khan as she was being escorted from the venue.

Bolllywood stars Ms Khan, left, Isha Sharvani and Hussain Kuwajerwala pose for a photo during a press conference to announce musical ‘Zangoora – the Gypsy Prince

Khan was left shaken by the incident, but returned to the set an hour later to continue filming, according to local reports.

Malik is expected to appear in Boriwali Court today.

Courtesy of Pamela Geller.