The 2006 film saw the character head to the US and cause quite a commission among locals by doing increasingly bizarre stunts.
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The Australian actress, who rarely speaks about her private life, has opened up about daily life with her husband Sacha Baron Cohen.
"Choosing to be together every day is incredibly romantic. I think it's a wonderful institution and it's the most important decision you make," she told Australia's , also revealed that Sacha was once mistaken for a waiter - by her Bachelorette co-star Kirsten Dunst.
Their bid to get compensation and the scene cut from the film failed.
Others included a state prosecutor in Germany, who complained about jokes about Jews and Gypsies, and the entire population of a run-down Romanian village, who were depicted as inbred peasants in scenes purporting to show Borat's home village.
We have a future together, and religion comes second to love as far as we are concerned." She completed her conversion in early 2007, after studying for three years.