It's tough to cover up a wardrobe malfunction with camera flashes going off every second, but south actress Regina Cassandra handled the situation with a smile on her face.

At the star-studded "Aankhen 2" launch, Regina had a little risqué moment. She was in a black sheer lace gown, with a leotard underneath.

While Regina was performing to a foot-tapping number, her ensemble decided to go out of control. Apparently, she didn't express her discomfort and stayed till the end of the event.

"Aankhen 2" features Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, Arshad Warsi, and Ileana D'Cruz  in lead roles. The sequel to the 2002 thriller is being directed by Anees Bazmee and backed by Gaurang Doshi. 

This isn't the first time that an actress/ model has made headlines for wardrobe malfunction.

Nargis Fakhri

She was walking the ramp at the Indian Bridal Fashion Week 2014 when her Nikhil Thampi slit gown showed more than was intended. However, Nargis' quick thinking saved her from embarrassment and truckloads of unnecessary controversy; she took the loose trails of her gown to hide the extended slit. Later, the "Banjo" actress thanked the brand on social media and let the incident slide by instead of talking about it.

Jacqueline Fernandez

The "A Flying Jatt" actress had a seam falling apart on the back of her Emilio Pucci dress. Fortunately, best friend Sonam Kapoor noticed it before anyone else could and fixed it right on the red carpet. The actresses were attending the Filmfare Awards Nominations party (2014).

Alia Bhatt

During the promotions of "Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania" Varun Dhawan decided to lift Alia, leaving the leading lady's salwaar kameez in an awkward angle showing off her innerwear. 

Carol Gracais

This supermodel boldly paraded down the ramp even after her halter straps snapped mid-way. Like a true professional, Carol didn't panic and finished her walk.

Malaika Arora Khan, Gauahar Khan, Parineeti Chopra and Katrina Kaif are among other stars who dealt with some tabloid infamy following their wardrobe malfunctions.