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Remember Mamta Kulkarni? The 90’s actress who along with her beau stands accused in a drug racket case. She recently came out in the media for the first time in 16 years to speak about the case. In an interview given to a private news channel the actress revealed her spiritual self amidst making some rather eye-popping statements.
We collated some of her most interesting answers that are a must read:
"Girls from good family were not allowed to get into cinema. Definitely she (my mother) had desires to be somebody above the ordinary. And it came through. I was the victim. Believe me, I have no interest in films. I have forgotten that I was a celebrity. It is unfortunate that sometimes when I walk on streets people recognize. I just say I don’t know who they are talking about and it’s not me."
"I was not supposed to be in the film industry. I was supposed to be in the spiritual line from the beginning. I was born for this. Even when I used to go for shoots, I would carry one separate bag for stuff related to Pooja, like I would carry bags for clothes. When I started my journey in the spiritual world I wondered why God had delayed my entry into this world so late. Why I had needed to spend 10 years that I spend in the film industry. But then I realized everything has its own time. People came like mediators in my life."
There have been superstars before as well and today no one cares about them. One particular superstar passed away a few years back. I had seen him during my shoots. He used to sit by the stairs and no one would look at him. And when he departed everyone recollected how big a superstar he was. It makes no difference.
If you ask me today, it was a foolish mistake on my part. Back then also I did not believe in what I was doing. But I was a child and innocent. Someone had showed me a really nice click of Demi Moore and I said fine. I have always believed that the dirt is in your eyes and inside. If I got an offer to do the same cover now, I will not do it. My penance of last 12 years has taught me things.
"Till 2012 he (Vicky Goswami) was in a jail in Dubai. Everybody knows that. And around the same time my penance was over. I got enlightened in the year 2010.
Around 2000, Vicky, who was in solitary confinement there, called me. I was hesitant to take his call. In Mumbai we have a problem with Dubai. The country starts thinking that if someone goes to Dubai that means you meet the underworld and become a crony. Naturally my parents asked me not to take his calls. One day I decided to take his call and I could hear his voice. He said he did not know if he would survive. I rushed to my Guru late that night. Maharaj ji told me that he (Vicky) would come out but it would take time.My mom had passed away suffering from a heart ailment. I was alone, and I realized that Vicky was also alone and I should go to him."
"I am a self realized woman. For me all religions are one. If people have misunderstood a religion it is their mistake. There is no question of marriage with Vicky. When you are in penance for 12 years you won’t like being touched by a man. When a person is in penance there is no desire for sex. Even if a man stands nude in front of me right now it won’t affect me. We do not have a physical relationship. We are just in good terms."
"I hate drugs. If I have tried to annihilate all weaknesses in me, curbed the most animalistic desire of human beings- sex, can drugs tantalise me? I will kill myself! And I know that I would kill Vicky too if he does it, but I know that he is not doing it. The problem is some things don’t let go off you, no matter how much good you do. People will say he was in into it and hence he is still doing it. But you are not letting a Valya become a Valmiki. I have never met a better human being than Vicky Gowami. People call him a drug dealer, terrorist, and a lot of things. I would say everyone in the world is a drug dealer if he is a drug dealer. This man has never raised his voice on me, he is such a polished gentleman."
"Some months back people spoke about me being detained. It’s wrong. First thing, I was never interrogated. They showed utmost respect. There were six to seven whiten men in my house. They in fact asked me if I had some beer at my place as it was a rather hot day in Mombasa. I offered them coke. They told me that they had heard I was a Bollywood actress. That’s about it. They did not touch me or ask me anything else. People are talking about 2000 crores in my bank account, my bank balance in Rs 25 lakhs. I want to tell the cops of Mumbai that If you have tortured someone to get to your truth then it’s not truth. And all these rumours that are being spread about me, for whatever purpose, all I can is that there Karma."
"I had gone in 2012 once my penance was over. Mumbai city has such an aura that a person can become commercialized sooner or later. You can lose your spirituality and yourself. I get scared that I will change if I return to Mumbai. I want to keep my purity and which is why I choose to remain far."
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