Sheila Ray, an Indian author, is making "Beautiful Ugly," a movie tells events 28 years ago leading up to and after the gang rape of Sheila Ray
"Beautiful Ugly" that's how Ashok Banker, an Indian author, describes the life of his well-known 1970s model mother Sheila Ray, who died in 1990 aged 44 with an untold burden inside. Thus, encouraged with such eagerness to share the facts happened to her that many do not know at all, Ashok then produces the film.
"Wants the film to show that rape also happens in the so-called glamour world of films and modeling and is not just something that happens on the streets and villages of India," that's how Ashok feels about "Beautiful Ugly," a movie reveals events 28 years ago leading up to and after the gang rape of Sheila who never reported the crime to the police fearing that she would be stigmatized and her career would decrease. In fact, at the end she suffered as the incident drove her to having a nervous breakdown and her career never recovered.