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Sangeeta Bijlani worried about her portrayal in Azhar

Sangeeta Bijlani worried about her portrayal in Azhar

India Blooms News Service | | 28 Apr 2016, 08:20 pm
Mumbai, Apr 28 (IBNS): Fans have been waiting with bated breath for the release of the movie Azhar and to see Emraan Hashmi essay the role of the legendary Indian batsman.
Azhar looks like it is shaping up to be one of the most controversial films this year. But there seems to be one person that seems worried about her portrayal in the film.
 
It’s a known fact that Nargis will be playing Sangeeta Bijlani in the film and Bijlani seems to be quite concerned about her portrayal as the infamous ‘homebreaker’ in the movie.
 
A source let it slip, “Sangeeta is not very happy. It seems to have brought back memories of her time with Azharuddin.” 
 
Also a couple of days back, stories surfaced that Sangeeta might sue the makers if she finds her being portrayed in poor light. The source also went on to say that Sangeeta will definitely not be watching the film but we think Bijlani is going to be one of the first ones to see how her love affair with Azhar is being portrayed on the big screen
 
The film has already left a lot of ex-cricketers who may or may not be involved in Mohammad Azharuddin’s life.