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Here’s Why This Ad Featuring Bipasha Basu And Vivek Oberoi Never Released In India (NSFW)

If you thought they raised enough temperature together in Omkara, wait till we tell you more. Bipasha Basu and Vivek Oberoi shared screen space for the first time way back in 1999 for a TV commercial, which was much hotter than “Beedi Jalaile”…
The two actors featured in an advertisement, that failed to see the light of day on Indian screens due to its “bold scenes”. Vivek plays a charming prince who is all set to take his bride away. The bride, played by Bips, is getting ready and waiting impatiently for her man. The advertisement has reportedly been directed by Ken Nahoum and was shot in India. While the ad might have raised many eyebrows, many even had doubts whether the actors had indeed shot for it. Bipasha’s manager had at that time confirmed that it was the dusky beauty herself in the ad.
Bipasha had done this ad in 1999 when she was modelling for Ford Modelling Agency in New York. It was done as an international assignment and was meant for the international market. I don’t know why such an old ad has surfaced now.” – Bipasha’s managerIt will definitely make you forget the highly controversial and banned Milind Soman and Madhu Sapre commercial. Enough said, hit play!

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