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Mumbai, Apr 27: During the shoot for the promotion of Sony’s new prime time band, 9 se 10 tak, hostess Archana Puran Singh and Mona Singh (Jassi) were pushed into a ‘tight’ corner.

According to an eye-witness, Mona had problems with her designer dress — she couldn’t fit into it.

“Archana had informed us in advance that she had to attend a wedding and that she would have to leave at a specific hour. However, things went for a toss as Mona arrived late and then had some problems with her outfit.”

Wrong size

Although Mona and Archana had the same designer, Mona’s dress didn’t fit her.

“Mona had given her sizes to the designer but obviously the clothes didn’t fit her. She fit into them so snugly that she could hardly breathe. In fact, it was quite hilarious, as during the shoot, we heard a popping sound, when one of the buttons of Mona’s dress came off. She then decided to change into her personal clothes.”

Our source further reveals, “She had a Surily Goel skirt that she wore for the shoot, along with a top. Had Mona given her correct size to us in the first place, this wouldn’t have happened,” said a unitwalla.

Archana confirmed that Mona changed into her own clothes during the shoot. “Yes, Mona did wear her own outfit and those looked really good on her,” she said. However, Singh refused to comment on any other part of the shoot.

Number blunder

Another birdie from the set reported that the unit also had issues with Mona’s lingerie, which was peeping out of her low-waist skirt, and had 69 written on it.

After lot of prodding, someone from the set confirmed that they asked her to change, as the outfit was inappropriate for the show. So a skin-coloured underpant was called for her and finally the shoot was completed. Mona was unavailable for comment.

  

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