IndiaNewsNetwork.IN Bureau | 25th Sept 2015: In an exclusive interview to IndiaNewsNetwork.IN, firebrand model Arshi Khan who has vowed to completely expose Radhe Maa, said, “Radhe Maa is not at all ‘holy and pious’ as some people have made her out to be. She comes from a small conservative town and claims to be a religious woman or religious leader. She asserts that she gave up all physical relationship with her husband and devoted herself to the service of Durga Maa. How come then, more than one person has come forward, alleging that Radhe Maa had sexual relations with him, asked Arshi Khan, adding, can all these people be lying? I am not saying this. I am just repeating in public interest what I have seen and heard on national television,” Arshi Khan stated.
Quoting a report in the portal OneIndia.com, Arshi Khan revealed that Radhe Maa, who claims she is a god woman, allegedly had an illicit love affair with a Bollywood producer, identified as Ranjeet Sharma. The portal in turn quoted a TV news channel, where Ranjeet Sharma had said he and Radhe Maa were in a romantic relationship. He also claimed that Radhe Maa is not a god woman, rather she is a “fake” woman.
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Sharma, who is likely to make a Hindi movie on Radhe Maa, also alleged that Radhe Maa had expressed her desire to make her debut in Bollywood as an item-girl. Ranjeet Sharma also claimed that he had a illicit love affair with Radhe Maa when she was already married and the mother of two children, according to the OneIndia.com report.
Speaking to IndiaNewsNetwork.IN, Arshi Khan said she has complete proof and evidence of Radhe Maa’s wrongdoings. “I have all the evidence, but I won’t give it to any news or TV channel or media. I will submit the evidence in court, when the time comes,” Arshi Khan said.