She appears shaken but not stirred. But there is anger in her voice when she is reminded of Rajiv Ranjan Dwivedi.
"Hang Baba! He is playing with the lives of hundreds of girls," said Khushi Sharma (name changed) resident of a posh south Delhi area, who was held by the police along with five other girls, the day Dwivedi was arrested.
"Baba is a criminal. He is threatening so many innocent girls and making them work for him. Many of the girls working for him are school students, models and celebrities. Many wish to quit, but Baba is blackmailing them," revealed Khushi.
Khushi wanted to be a part of the glamour world. She came in contact with Rajiv Ranjan Dwivedi through a girl named Sherlyn. Sherlyn assured her that Baba would help her become an actress, if she worked for him. "About a month ago, I went to a lawyer's house in Greater Kailash. He paid Baba Rs 45,000 out of which I only received Rs 20,000. I wanted to leave but Baba threatened me. He said that he would expose me. He didn't even let the girls talk to each other. I came to know that he made videos of the girls and then blackmailed them."
Khushi revealed that several minors including school girls were working for Baba. When he had to meet clients, he would be in casual attire -- jeans and t-shirts.
Talking about February 25, Khushi said, "I was arrested as I left my mobile phone behind. But there were nine girls and only six of them were arrested. Police also placed condoms in our bags while arresting us."
Khushi, who says she is a victim, wants justice for the hundreds of girls who become prostitutes unwillingly and wants criminals like Baba to get the maximum punishment.