She is Seema Biswas, a bold Indian heroine. She had stripped for the first time in her life 17 years ago for the movie ‘Bandit Queen’ when she portrayed Phoolan Devi, the woman who had been subjected to rape and humiliation and who turned into a dreaded bandit to take revenge. Phoolan Devi had shot down in cold blood all her tormentors. She later gave up her life of crime, reformed and joined politics but her political career was short-lived – she was killed by her enemies.
That movie ‘Bandit Queen’ had shot Seema Biswas to fame – she won the National award in 1996 for the best actress for her role in the film. And, now at the age of 46, she has decided to strip once more. This time the movie is ‘Tomorrow’ – it is reportedly all about gangland crimes of Mumbai encompassing the 1993 bomb blasts and the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack. Agencies