Bollywood’s bold actress Mallika Sherawat is celebrating her 44th birthday today i.e. 24 October. Mallika Sherawat was born on this day in 1972 in Haryana. Mallika was the acting worm. So he turned to Bollywood. Currently, Mallika is missing from the film corridors these days, but she shares many photos on her Instagram handle. She is enjoying her life these days. Along with this, she is also taking great care of her health and fitness. Recently, he also gave a virtual interview to stand up comedian Zakir Khan.
Reema Lamba is Mallika’s real name, Mallika did not even know her real name when she decided to come to Bollywood. He felt that if he had to walk in films, he would have to change his name. So he changed his name from Malla Sherawat to Reema Lamba.
Mallika’s film journey started in 2002, Mallika started her career with some advertisements. After this, Mallika got a chance in the 2002 film ‘Jeena Kehil Mere Liye’. She appeared in a small role in this film. After this, in the year 2004, Mallika got the opportunity to work as a lead actress in the film ‘Murder’. In this film, Mallika did many hot scenes with Emraan Hashmi, which is still a topic of discussion among people.
Mallika’s personal life remains in the headlines Mallika is also in the headlines for her personal life. According to reports, Mallika Sherawat was dating businessman Cyril Oxenfence. According to the news, three years ago, Mallika and her French boyfriend were evicted from an apartment in Paris. The reason behind this was that Mallika and her boyfriend did not pay the rent.
There was a dispute about the film Khwishish, there was a dispute about the role of the film Malika Sherawat. It is said that he got his real identity from Desire after this dispute. In this film, he gave 17 kissing scenes. In this film, she was seen buying condoms for the hero, after which there was a lot of controversy. Amidst the controversies, a statement came out that shocked everyone. He had said in his statement that if every girl in India had done this, the population would not have increased so much.