When Ambarsariya was offered to me I didn’t actually think much about it, I looked at it as an opportunity and I firmly believe that all opportunities are a gift from God, so I went in with full faith.
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I would call it the plan of destiny, when I came to India, I didn’t have any plans to go into cinema, I was trying my luck. My agency here put me into acting school, when I finished they put me in touch with Kumar Tirani from Tips, he immediatley decided that he wanted me to take part in Amabrsariya. This was in Oct 2014. Amabarsariya was supposed to start in Jan 2015, however it got delayed. So I ended up shooting for the movie Kaptaan with Gippy Garewal, then I shot Amabarsariya and then seeing my performance in Amabarsariya, Diljit Dosanjh recommended me for Sardaar Ji 2. Therefore, one thing led to the next for me.
Shocking Story – When Sara Ziff (Model – Filmmaker – Activist) faced sexual harassment at a very young age
‘I was standing there in a pair of Mickey Mouse underwear and a sports bra; I didn’t even have breasts yet. “We might need to see you without your bra,” he told me. I did what he told me to. I was just eager to get liked and get the job. I didn’t know any better.’
Melania met real estate mogul Donald Trump at a party thrown by Zampolli at the Times Square nightclub the Kit Kat Club (now the Stephen Sondheim Theatre), in September 1998 at a New York Fashion Week. Trump had been separated from Marla Maples since May 1997, and attended the party with Norwegian cosmetics heiress Celina Midelfart. When Midelfart went off to use the bathroom, Trump approached Melania and asked for her number. She took his number instead, and subsequently they attended the 1990s Greenwich Village hot spot Moomba, and began a relationship.
Story – When Melania Trump sued a Media Owner for maligning her image that she worked for an escort service during her modeling days
In February 2017, Melania Trump sued Mail Media, the owner of The Daily Mail, seeking $150 million in damages over an August 2016 article which falsely alleged that she had worked for an escort service during her modeling days. The Mail retracted the article, apologized, and printed the retraction from the blogger they were quoting, who said: “I had no legitimate factual basis to make these false statements and I fully retract them”. The lawsuit stated the article had ruined her “unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to establish “multimillion dollar business relationships for a multi-year term during which Plaintiff is one of the most photographed women in the world”. Her claim raised potential ethical questions, but the first lady is not an employee of the government and not a government official. On February 18, the lawsuit was amended, removing the language about her earning potential and focusing instead on emotional distress. In April 2017, the parties settled the lawsuit and the Daily Mail issued a statement that said, “We accept that these allegations about Mrs Trump are not true and we retract and withdraw them.” The Mail agreed to pay Trump $2.9 million.