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Mamta Kulkarni Biography
Mamta Mukhund Kulkarni was born on April 20, 1972 in Mumbai, She was hot and bold rated Bollywood Actress.
She became controversial after posing topless with her arms crossed over her breasts on on the cover of Stardust, a popular Indian film magazine in September, 1993. for that she was charged under Indias obscenity laws, and from both conservative religious groups, and womens groups. The bold and outspoken actress Mamata lashed out at protesters, calling them hypocrites.
Kulkarni was finally convicted in July 2000, and fined Rs 15,000. However, another controversy arises because she appeared in court in a burqa to evade photographers, which led to death threats and protests from the local Islamic community.
Kulkarni, who spoke with a broad Marathi accent, was reportedly taunted as being a vern (a derogatory term, short for vernacular) by some well-heeled actresses. In 1997, she was reportedly paid a large amount to perform at a private function by a legislator from Bihar, who was later arrested after investigations into the Fodder Scam case. Kulkarni was interrogated, but she denied any knowledge of the legislators antecedents.
Kulkarni made her Bollywood film debut in the 1992 movie Tiranga. In 1993 she starred in Aashiq Awara which won her a Filmfare Lux New Face Award. She went to appear in many other films such as Waqt Hamara Hai (1993), Krantiveer (1994), Karan Arjun (1995), Sabse Bada Khiladi (1995) and Ghatak: Lethal (1995) which did well at the box office. However most of her roles involved being a love interest to the leading man of the films or appearing in glamourous song-and-dance sequences, in keeping with her status as a sex symbol.
Kulkarni had expressed regret at being typecast as an item girl. Her luck seemed to have changed when Rajkumar Santoshi, in whose earlier movie Ghatak: Lethal (1996) she had a cameo appearance, cast her as the female lead in his 1998 movie China Gate, an ambitious remake of The Magnificent Seven.
However, things did not go as planned. Relations between Santoshi and the actress soured, and rumours began circulating that Kulkarni was dropped from the movie, and reinstated only after gangster Chhota Rajan intervened on her behalf. When the movie was finally released, it was also a huge flop. Furthermore, the only song in the movie, the item number Chamma Chamma, was picturised on Urmila Matondkar, even though Kulkarni had built her reputation with such numbers. To add insult to injury, the song turned out to be a chartbuster, and was even used in Baz Luhrmanns Moulin Rouge!, and greatly increased Urmilas popularity.
Angered at the turn of events, Kulkarni lashed out at Santoshi, accusing him of cutting her screen time because she had refused his advances. Santoshi denied all rumours related to the movie, and the matter was given a quiet burial. However, this proved to be the death blow to Kulkarnis career. She only appeared in a handful of movies after that, and new offers dried up. She quit movies after her last appearance in the 2002 film Kabhie Tum Kabhie Hum. Then she moved to New York City after she married an NRI.Mamta also did movies in Tamil,Telugu,Bengali and Malayalam.