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Pori to Mim: 'Your intimacy with Razz troubles me'

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Pori to Mim: 'Your intimacy with Razz troubles me'

Pori to Mim: 'Your intimacy with Razz troubles me'

There have been new developments in the chain of events set off by Dhallywood diva Pori Moni's viral Facebook post tagging her husband Sariful Razz, himself an actor on a hot streak, her fellow diva Bidya Sinha Mim, and the director Raihan Rafi.

She has now shared a screenshot of her and Mim chatting on Messenger, where we can see Pori wrote:

“People who don't know me might think I'm jealous, but how could you? I am the one who insisted that you two should work more as you look good on-screen together.”

She also wrote, "Your mother also talked with me and I knocked you for Infinity Season-2. How did you forget this?"

"Five days ago, I told Abu Raihan Jewel Bhai - to pair up Razz with you for his next project," Pori Moni also commented as can be seen in the screenshot, UNB reports.

At the same time, Pori Moni explained that the intimacy of the on-screen pair is affecting her married life. “Making work excuses, you talk over the phone all the time,” she wrote. “But your late-night talking is troubling both me and my child. Stop these."

Earlier Mim, in a Facebook post from her verified profile, asked fans and journalists not to be misguided by “false accusations”. Mim also wrote she is having the best time of her life after two of her films “Poran” and “Damal” were hugely successful.

“At this particular time, a party – jealous of my success – is trying to hinder my journey by spreading rumours about me.”

This is the accusation of jealousy Pori Moni was presumably addressing.

Mim also warned of legal action against those circulating rumours against her, but her fellow actress let that go.

This all started with Pori Moni's initial post on Wednesday in which she accused Rafi of 'dalali', implying he plays the pimp, told Mim she should've contented herself with her husband, and warned Razz he shouldn't have allowed things to get so far.


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