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'I Love Cricket But Not Involved In Match Fixing', Nupur Tells India TV

New Delhi, Mar 12: The image with blur face published in London newspaper The Sunday Times is that of Bollywood actress Nupur Mehta. Speaking exclusively with India TV, she denied any role in match fixing or

PTI [ Updated: March 12, 2012 22:02 IST ]
i love cricket but not involved in match fixing nupur tells
i love cricket but not involved in match fixing nupur tells india tv

New Delhi, Mar 12: The image with blur face published in London newspaper The Sunday Times is that of Bollywood actress Nupur Mehta. 


Speaking exclusively with India TV, she denied any role in match fixing or links with bookmakers as mentioned by the English daily.

Nupur said that the picture published in the Sunday Times is of her but she has no relation with any cricketers.



“Photo is mine but the allegations are baseless. I have nothing to do with match fixing and I haven't in relationship with any cricketers too.”

Earlier, the Sunday Times sent a shockwaves across the world by publishing a sting operation in front page titled "English cricket in bung scandal".

In the article, the daily wrote, quoting an Indian bookie that India vs Pakistan World Cup Semi-final in Mohali was also fixed.

The daily claimed that bookmakers used a Bollywood actress to seduce Pakistani players for fixing. The Sunday Times also published a photograph of the actress with blur face.

The English daily also claimed that ICC knew the details of the actress.

Soon after the picture was published in the Sunday Times, speculations were rife in media regarding the identity of the actress.

Nupur worked in Sunny Deol starrer ‘Jo Bole So Nihal'.

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