Indian movie star Sheetal Sheth was horrified when she first arrived in Hollywood because every agent she saw insisted she needed a boob job.
The stunning actress, who gets her big break as a secretary in Albert Brooks' new comedy LOOKING FOR COMEDY IN THE MUSLIM WORLD, admits she thought people would have problems with her name, not her breasts.
Sheth says, "I went to Los Angeles and they told me to get boobs. About five different times they have suggested I get breast implants.
"I just laughed because my body is in proportion. I'm not buxom by any means but I'm a small girl so how much bustier can I be? Thank God I have a healthy self-image."
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