Armummy, it is hypocrisy alright, because the said woman is not exactly an "actor", nobody heard of her before her "exposure of truth". She put herself up for roles in movies and when nothing good came out of it, she threatened to expose everyone involved. Just proves how murky the lives of movie fraternity are. For publicity and fame, people are ready to do anything. And if you look into their personal lives, you can't help but feel sick. There was a time when men and women were considered immoral if they worked in film industry. It is ironical that now the lives of these people are so colorful, they are still respected. They had some dignity in the past they were not respected then. Nowadays morality/immorality has no specific definition. What is the right at the moment is what it is.