Uorfi Javed Lands In Legal Trouble Over Outfit In Latest Music Video 'Haye Haye Yeh Majboori'

Uorfi Javed Lands In Legal Trouble Over Outfit In Latest Music Video 'Haye Haye Yeh Majboori'

New Delhi: Uorfi Javed was recently seen in the music video ‘Haye Haye Yeh Majboori’, a remake of the popular Zeenat Aman song. Uorfi’s looks in the song created quite a stir on social media as well. Now, it is being reported that the popular actress and content creator has landed in legal trouble for allegedly publishing ‘sexually explicit’ material because of her outfits in the video.

As per an ETimes report, a report has been filed by an anonymous person in Delhi with regard to Uorfi’s outfits in the music video featuring her. In the video, we see Uorfi in an orange saree dancing in the rain with backup dancers to accompany her. The report said the complaint has been filed for ‘publishing or transmitting of material containing sexually explicit act in electronic form’. There are no other known details about the complaint yet. 

Uorfi is yet to make any statement about the same.

‘Haye Haye Ye Majboori’ released on October 11 and has generated more than 8 lakh views on streaming platform YouTube. Uorfi’s outfits always created quite a stir this time as well in her music video appearance.

The reprised version of ‘Haye Hay…’ has been sung by Shruti Rane with music by Gourov Dasgupta. The original song was sung by Lata Mangeshkar, and was composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal. The original Haye Haye Yeh Majboori, from the 1974 film ‘Roti Kapda and Makaan’, featured legendary actress Zeenat Aman.

Meanwhile, Uorfi was recently seen distributing Diwali sweets in Mumbai. She was papped wearing a burgundy coloured tube suit with a netted dupatta. Uorfi is known for her bold and unusual fashion choices which keep her fans divided about her looks.

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Despite constant criticism, Uorfi has also been appreciated by many in the fashion industry including the likes of fashion designers like Masaba Gupta.