'Call me Ameesha ji', Bollywood actor angrily tells media

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Entertainment Desk August 05, 2016
'Call me Ameesha Ji'. PHOTO: HDWALLPAPERS

Ameesha Patel not only demands attention, but also respect.

The Bollywood actor gave a harsh reminder to reporters at a recent press meet. During a media interaction on the sets of her upcoming film Bhaiyyaji Superhitt, Ameesha lost her cool when one of the reporters addressed her by her first name while others referred to her as 'Ma'am'.

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"Ameesha Ji Bolo Aap Sun Rahe Ho Na Sabko. (Call me Ameesha Ji, you can hear everyone, right?)."

Not only that, the Gadar actor was clearly in a bad mood as she constantly lashed out at the reporters. There was a point when she yelled 'Silence' and asked everyone if they would allow her to speak.

She didn't stop there, however. Ameesha angrily retorted when a reporter asked about her three-year absence from the big screen.

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"If you were a smart person then you would have known that I was busy setting up my production house," said Ameesha.

Apparently, the reason why Ameesha was throwing a starry tantrum was because she hadn't been informed about the press interaction by the Bhaiyyaji Superhitt, reports NDTV.

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Preity Zinta, who will mark her comeback with the same film, was also reported to have stormed off the sets because of not being informed about the press meet.

Here's Ameesha Ji's furious reaction:

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Buzzkill | 6 years ago | Reply The ego on the woman! She had a couple of big hits more than 15 yrs back thanks to the male leads of the films (Sunny Deol & Hritik Roshan) but besides that she's a total flop actress with barely any talent.
Parker | 6 years ago | Reply Never heard about her.
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