Sherlyn Chopra, India’s first Playmate, speaks up after Hugh Hefner’s death!

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Hugh Hefner, the founder of Playboy magazine died on Wednesday. He was 91 year old when he passed away under natural circumstances. Hugh Hefner is said to have transformed sexuality into a magazine and then spun it into an entertainment giant, which continues to dominate the industry for 64 years and will continue to do so in many more to come. Playboy and Hugh Hefner were tantamount to each other. Both, Playboy and Hefner advertised themselves as the epitome of sexual revolution, breaking the barriers set by self-proclaimed moral polices of society.


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Model-turned-actress Sherlyn Chopra, who was once a guest at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles and entertained by publisher Hugh Hefner in all his flamboyant glory , was on Instagram shortly after the iconic founder of Playboy magazine died on Wednesday at 91.


Sherlyn Chopra, the first Indian woman to pose nude for the men’s magazine, said he was “a true visionary who chose to not conform to the dogma set by the self-proclaimed guardians of society but instead followed his bliss by acting on his excitement consistently”.