Mumbai, Jul 10 (UNI) A local court today reserved its order till August 4 on a petition filed against Bollywood actress Mallika Sherawat and two others for an alleged ''obscene'' dance performance in a five-star hotel on the New Year's eve two years back.
After hearing the contention of advocate Shitla Pande, representing complainant Vinod Jain, additional chief metropolitan magistrate G R Wankhade reserved the order till August 4.
Apart from Ms Sherawat, the hotel management and the organiser of the show have been made parties in the case.
Jain had filed a case against Mallika and the others on the basis of a television footage of the show.
Mallika had reportedly charged Rs 75 lakh for the 45-minute show from the organisers.
Mallika had been attired in skin-hugging clothes during the show which was ''obscene'' and her dance was ''very offensive to our culture and women'', according to the complainant.
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