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Sonakshi Sinha denies wearing bikini for Maxim Last Updated : 15 Dec 2010 11:09:20 AM IST File Photo
Dabangg Girl Sonakshi Sinha rubbished the media report of wearing bikini for the famous Men's magazine Maxim.
The new bombshell of Bollywood categorically denied to wear bikini for the December issue of Maxim magazine.
On her Twitter post, Sonakshi wrote, "I am surprised to see my bikini pics on Maxim cover through a leading magazine website article."
In the website Sonakshi has been shown in a white colour bikini but on the Maxim cover she is clad in a black outfit.
Sonakshi had made her Bollywood debut with Salman Khan starrer Dabangg. In the movie she had played a desi girl name 'Rajjo'.
However, for the maxim magazine, Sonakshi has given some bold and seductive poses.
Sonakshi's forthcoming projects are Kick, Joker and Race2.Source: IANS, Other Agencies, Staff Reporters
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