Rakhi insists that though the words could be controversialin nature when singled out, in her song, they have been used aptly and with theright connotations, without any vulgar or offensive meaning.
''If the Censor Board can pass songs like ‘Bhaag D.K. Bose’ (DelhiBelly) and ‘Jhak Maar Ke’ (Desi Boyz), why should they have a bias towards my song‘Jawani Ki Bank Loot Le.’ Why am I being targeted by the Board, whereas JohnAbraham, Deepika Padukone and Imran Khan can get away with it,” Rakhi questions.
But since the Censor Board is in no mood to listen, Rakhihas decided to march straight up to India’s most famous anti-corruptioncrusader Anna Hazare with her plea.
Confirming this, her publicist Dale Bhagwagar says, “It istrue that Rakhi has decided to approach Anna Hazare. She is currently doing herresearch on songs which she considers vulgar and objectionable.”
He adds, “She plans to carry their videos and CD’s to MrHazare’s village Ralegan Siddhi in Ahmednagar. Rakhi wants Mr Hazare to judge forhimself, whether her song ‘Jawani Ki Bank Loot Le’ is vulgar compared to theothers passed by the Censor Board.”
Just for the record, the lyrics of Rakhi’s song read, “Mainruss malaai hoon, jannat se aayee hoon, saamne parosi hoon, aake choos le… hey…saiyaan jawani ki bank loot le.”