Topless pop star irks Indians in Australia
Indian nationals in Australia are reportedly irked with the decision of Australian government choosing an Indian-origin Australian singer for promoting Australian tourism in India. Aisha Sagar is the woman picked up by Australia as Gold Coast Goodwill Ambassador. But what could be the reason behind the opposition? Well, Indians in Australia don't want someone who painted Australian flag on here bare chest and posed for the camera to be an ambassador to India.
Indians there opined that more than 60 per cent of Indian nationals are still conservation even after cosmopolitan invasion. So, picking up someone who was posing topless would be leaving a bad impression on Gold Coast. Meanwhile, Sagar said the whole idea of she posing topless was not aimed at posting it on internet but towards promoting the image of Australia. She even hoped that it would give her an image of an artiste down the line.
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