Baahubali actress slaps co-star for misbehaving with her on the sets of a film

Baahubali: The Beginning actress Scarlett Wilson lost her cool and slapped a co-star on the sets of her upcoming film

Baahubali: The Beginning is again in the news but for all the wrong reasons. Scarlett Wilson, who appeared in the first instalment of SS Rajamouli’s fictional epic series, reportedly slapped a man on the sets of her upcoming movie.

According to reports, the incident took place on the sets of the film Hansa: Ek Sanyog. Wilson, who is performing in an item song in the film, lost her cool and took the extreme step against actor Umakant Rai, who she accused of making indecent gestures towards her. Wilson slapped the actor and reportedly stormed out of the sets. Rai was immediately asked to leave the location and the producer is reportedly planning to file a complaint before the Film Federation of India.

The film, based on the lives of transgenders, is being produced by Chitragrahi Films. Wilson will also be seen in Akshay Kumar starrer Gold which is based on Indian hockey team’s win at the 1948 Olympics. Scarlett is married to former Bigg Boss contestant Pravesh Rana and has appeared in dance reality shows Dare 2 Dance and Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa.

She was seen in Manohari song from Baahubali: The Beginning. The second instalment of the franchise, Baahubali: The Conclusion, released this year only to shatter several box office records.

Born in Folkestone in Kent, England, Wilson made her Bollywood debut with Dibakar Banerjee’s Shanghai wherein she appeared in the item song Imported Kamariya. She also featured in Shahid Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha starrer R.Rajkumar as well as in Bajatey Raho.

Also read: Baahubali 3 plot: 4 stories that SS Rajamouli can tell in the third part of the franchise
Source: News Nation

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