After being blamed for horrible and unprofessional behaviour, here's what Bipasha Basu has to say

While Bipasha Basu expressed her anger on the whole issue, Karan posted a long poetic message on Instagram in support of wifey. Have a look

Bipasha Basu, who went to London with husband Karan Singh Grover not for holidays but for work commitments, is making headlines for being unprofessional. Bipasha was the showstopper for the India Pakistan London fashion show, but the actress opted out the last moment.

It is being said that Bipasha refused to come out of her hotel room and even abused her manager Sana Kapoor, when she tried to make her understand. Ronita Sharma Rekhi, the official talent scout of the show said that the organisers had to suffer a huge loss because of Bipasha’s unprofessional behaviour.

Rekhi also said that excluding Bipasha’s travel expenses and the amount given to her in cash, the organisers suffered a loss of around 7800 pounds. She also clarified that if Bipasha will not come to a mutual decision, she will take a legal action against the actress.

After all this drama, Bipasha’s team released an official statement saying: Bipasha has always had a spotless reputation for more than 15 years in the industry and has been a thorough professional. Unfortunately, the organisers didn’t honour their commitment as promised in terms of hospitality and logistics.

Not only this, chief organiser of the show Gurbani Kaur in an interview with SpotboyE revealed that Bipasha also physically abused her manager in anger and that she showed the nail marks on her arm to Gurbani. But Sana clearly denied all these allegations and said that it’s untrue. Sana also said that Bipasha can never do anything of that sort.

Later, Bipasha Basu also took to her Twitter account and spoke on the whole matter. She clearly said that no one can survive for 15 years in the industry if he/she is unprofessional. While Bipasha expressed her anger, Karan posted a long poetic message on Instagram in support of wifey.

Here’s what she tweeted: