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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

B'wood's hottest divas

Here's a look at some sensuous babes who are all set to rock the big screen with their oh-so-hot acts...

Since her debut Refugee (2000), Kareena Kapoor has come a long way. With her ‘size zero’ look for the movie Tashan, she has surely secured her place in the hottest diva list.

Remember the pretty young lass squeezing her butt in the music video 'Chadti jawani'? Negar Khan became the most sought after item girl after that.

Amrita Arora was propelled to stardom with the lead role in Awara Paagal Deewana. After that she did not deliver any hit movie but did set the screen on fire with many hot item numbers.

People looked through Sameera Reddy when she starred in Sohail Khan's Maine Dil Tujhko Diya. But Darna Mana Hai transformed the girl-next-door to the 'girl you wished were next door'! Her next release Musafir saw yet another sexy side of hers.

Rakhi Sawant happens to be one of the most sizzling actresses and is widely popular for her skimpy dresses and controversial comments.

Tanushree’s hot and sexy scene from her debut movie Ashiq Banaya Apne took no time in slotting her as a hot diva. With her bold portrayals in her movies, the damsel became the natural successor to the sex-kittens of B’wood.

With only six films to her name, Mallika Sherawat still managed to be a sensation because of her dare to bare attitude. In her first movie Khwahish, she shocked audiences with steamy kissing scenes and revealing outfits. Mallika’s the first B’wood actress to be approached by Playboy magazine to pose nude. (Pic: Maxim)

Celina Jaitley set the big screen on fire by playing violin in a bikini in her debut film Janasheen. Despite all the sensationalism, the movie failed to create any waves at the box office but Celina did earn the rapport of a sex symbol.

Voted Miss Universe in 1994, this well-known beauty with brains began her career as an actress in the movie Dastak. The movie was a flop, but the sexy 5'10" Sushmita Sen surely began to be recognized as one of the sex symbols of B’wood.

Hansika Motwani was the talk of the town when she made her debut with Ap Ka Suroor. The cute yet sensuous girl attracted attention with her smart looks and sexy curves.

Former model, Bipasha Basu was famous even before she began her Bollywood career. She became a household name with Ajnabee stealing the spotlight from Kareena Kapoor. Her name says it all — Bipasha — meaning deep dark desire.

The voluptuous Meghna Naidu rocked the nation with her dance moves in the Kaliyon Ka Chaman video. She later made her debut with the movie Hawas which had some scandalising bedroom scenes.

Tauba Tauba catapulted Payal Rohtagi from a nobody to a screen siren. The software engineer plays a teacher who has an affair with a 15-year-old boy in the movie.

The model turned actress made her debut in the film industry with the movie Boom. The film proved to be a flop but Katrina Kaif was a hit in the film industry.

Neha Dhupia was uncertain at first about playing a call girl in the movie 'Julie'. Her smooch with Sanjay Kapoor, which she thinks is her hottest scene ever, had her very nervous. Of course, all her fears were resolved when we had Julie as a hit.

One film wonder Kim Sharma got recognition in Bollywood not much for her film Mohabbatein, but for the dare-bare attitude, some sizzling item numbers and her numerous affairs.

Priyanka Chopra's claim to fame came when she won the Miss World beauty pageant in the new millennium. Before entering films, she thought about becoming a software engineer or a criminal psychologist. Now she knows better!

Yana Gupta achieved international fame as a model, appearing in numerous ad campaigns and magazine covers. It was her performance in the song ‘Babuji’ in Dum, which turned her into Bollywood's hottest diva.

The dusky beauty shocked the audiences with her sizzling item numbers in the movie Road. Sexy Bollywood girl, Koena Mitra looked ravishing in the ‘Saqi saqi’ number. Now she is doing many movies as lead but her sultry-siren tag is simply refusing to die down.

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