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Bipasha Basu has been accused of being unprofessional by the organisers of a UK-based fashion show

On March 4, Bipasha Basu and husband Karan Singh Grover arrived in London for the India-Pakistan London Fashion Show where London-based designers Lubna and Uzma Rafiq roped in the actress as the showstopper for the grand finale at Gibson Hall, for the show which featured three cultures – British, Indian and Pakistani.

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As per a Mumbai Mirror report, just 4 hours before the show kickstarted, the actress refused to come out of her room or speak to anybody. Allegedly, when her manager, Sana Kapoor tried to convince her to come out, the Bong beauty abused her, throwing her out of the room. That’s not all, apparently, she also insulted the founder and organiser of the show, Gurbani Kaur, slamming the door in her face.

One of the shows organizers, Ronita Sharma Rekhi recently posted on Facebook and describes the whole incident and tried to make Bipasha guilty.

As per the report, the total loss suffered by the show organisers because of Bipasha amounts to 7,800 pounds, apart from the travel expenses paid to her in cash at the airport. The organizers, extremely upset with the loss, are now trying to get her banned from the UK.

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Breaking her silence on the entire matter, Bipsha took to her twitter account and tweeted, “Hearing about a con woman talking utter rubbish about my work ethics and some section of the media giving them space too.” adding “15 years you don’t last any business being unprofessional. You last because you are clear and particular and have self respect.”

Bips also re-posted a cryptic message originally posted by her husband Karan Singh Grover on Instagram:

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