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CANDID CHAT: Kareena Kapoor
Kareena Kapoor says she is guilty of just that…

MEENA IYER Times News Network (BOMBAY TIMES; January 4, 2010)

It has been a year of fluctuating fortunes for Bollywood’s most powerful actress — Kareena Kapoor. The janta and her sceptics will never let her forget that she had three duds in 2009 with Kambakkht Ishq, Main Aurr Mrs Khanna and Kurbaan. But just when they were nailing her coffin, she bounced right back with the biggest hit of them all.

Like a cat that has swallowed the cream, Kareena smacked her luscious lips and said, “There I was licking my wounds when God above answered my prayers. Honestly, I’m delirious. To think that I started 2009 with a whimper and ended it with a bang. Someone up there heard me.’’

Just before she set off on a tour of England with Saif Ali Khan, the incorrigible Bebo said, “2010 has a lot of promise. I sincerely wish the Midas touch continues. I’ll start the year with my idol, Shah Rukh Khan, with whom I’m travelling to Miami for RA 1. Then I’m going to be traipsing the globe with Saif in Agent Vinod. And, if Aamir keeps up his promise to me, the two of us will end up in a romantic film by the end of the year.’’ Jumping like a child, she asked, “Listen, is it wrong to love more than one Khan at a time? I’m guilty of just that. Shah Rukh and Gauri are my close friends. I love Saifu. And as for Aamir, well, what can I say? He’s the new Khan on my block.’’

Gamely she takes the blame for her duds. She knows the critics dipped their pens in poison when she did KI and MAMK. “My funda is simple,’’ said Bebo. “Actors should be like scientists, always willing to experiment. I experimented and I failed. That doesn’t take away from my acting abilities. If I don’t experiment, the same guys will write — she’s a plastic doll on screen. One does take chances with one’s roles and if the films fail, I’m more heartbroken than anyone else. Don’t forget films are all I live for. I give my films everything I have. So failure does affect me. But to write me off each time I have a flop is unfair.’’

Maybe, but that’s the way things in Bollywood work. One Friday you’re a handmaiden, the next Friday you’re the Queen. And, if you’re lucky, you can get an extended lease at the box-office. Like Bebo just managed. meena.iyer@timesgroup.com

A middle aged man, who tried to grope Maushmi Udeshi, met his match in the actress who hit back at him

By Vickey Lalwani (MUMBAI MIRROR; August 10, 2009)
Model-turned-actress, Maushmi Udeshi, who was recently shooting for a film in Madurai, was in for a rude shock when a 40-year-old man ran towards her from the crowd and groped her.

Shocked by the unpleasant experience, Maushmi said, “I was shooting for a Tamil film. It was very hot that day, so after every shot, I kept going near the fan. A man was standing there and he brushed against me. I told the security to keep him away.”

Later, when Maushmi went near the fan again, the man came running towards her and committed the disgusting act. “Either he was drunk or something was wrong with him. I screamed and hit him very hard. Some guys from the crowd ran towards us and beat him up. He begged for forgiveness and I don’t know what happened after that,” she said.

Maushmi will make her debut in Hindi cinema with Umesh Chauhan’s Benny Aur Bablu. “I had done Anuj Saxena’s film Lips a few years ago, but that didn’t see the light of the day,” Maushmi said, signing off.

By Devansh Patel, July 17, 2009 – 11:07 IST

Is it possible to stir up passion after the flames of romantic love die down? How can one maintain a loving relationship that satisfies and stimulates year after year? Bollywood Hungama‘s London correspondent and UK’s Harrow Observer columnist offers one simple solution for stoking the fires of lifelong intimacy: awakening and uniting the Body, Mind, Heart, and Soul. These four freedoms-the essence of human nature-have the power to transform a love lost partnership into a divine union sparkling with limitless pleasure and unconditional love. We got hold of actress Adah Sharma to discuss just that because she too believes that sensuality and sexuality lies between the ears and not between the thighs. So in this third episode of ‘Intimacy’ we bring you the exclusive talks which lie in between the Debonair, Kamasutra, Porn films, Sex toys and much more. Time to explore the romantic and an erotic world with Adah Sharma.

First time heard about Sex:
When I was six years old and my mother was watching the Bold and the Beautiful, that’s when I first heard about the word ‘Sex’. I asked her what it was and the answer I got back was – When two individuals love each other it’s called Sex. When my mother explained me and my best friend about what the ‘periods’ were that’s when she actually discussed about ‘Sex’.

Mood for Romance:
I think when you’re even sitting with your mate on a park bench and getting intimate, it can be termed as romantic. For me getting intimate would be getting into the head of that person. For me, sensuality and sexuality lies between the ears and not between the thighs. I think a man who knows how to turn off the lights turns me on.

Seasonal Love:
Spring is an eternal season for me as far as romance is concerned. Having said that, seasons do not have any effect on the way I may feel for my boyfriend because my feelings are not seasonal.

Debonair – the Indian Playboy:
I don’t think I have to look at a magazine to get ideas for romance and sex. I’ve never in my life flipped through pages of Debonair. But the first time I saw nudity in a magazine was of model and actor Milind Soman where he was seen sitting in an athlete position. The nudity was very well shown and the picture did not look naked. It was a cover of a magazine. The second instance I can recall is of Milind again with his then girlfriend and model Madhu Sapre in a shoe advert where both posed nude with their private parts covered with a python around their bodies. It was very impressive and bold.

Being sexual and being erotic:
The most erotic thing for me would be to find out what a man thinks when he gets erotic. What goes in his mind at that time? Wish I had the sixth sense for it. As far as sexuality is concerned, if one is comfortable in their own skin, it’s like being sexual. But you can be sexual in many ways. By the vibes you’re setting out, the way you walk, the way you dance or even the way you drink a glass of water. That too can be sexual sometimes.

Bollywood romance:
I love the scene in Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna where Shah Rukh Khan and Rani Mukerjee are shown having a cup of coffee. There is some coffee seen on the side of Shah Rukh’s lips and when Rani goes to wipe off, that’s when the reality strikes and she realises that he still hasn’t had his first sip. I actually got goosebumps after seeing it because it’s all about reality and imagination of romance.

Hollywood romance:
Basic Instinct. I think it’s a mixture of romance, sensuality and being erotic. It’s by far a cult classic. I think Amitabh Bachchan or Hrithik Roshan are fit to act as Michael Douglas in the Hindi remake of Basic Instinct.

Porn Films:
I’ve never ever seen a porn film in my life but have seen some of ‘C’ grade Hindi films which can be termed as a part of porn. I cannot name any of those films.

Kamasutra:
I’ve read the entire Kamasutra and I own one copy of it. Kamasutra is a very technical book and you need a great degree of strength, fitness and flexibility to perform when you make love. Most people today are satisfied with only visual thinking that this is how they’ll have sex and think that they can do all the positions in the book. But trust me; you need to be really agile. My boyfriend and I have read the Kamasutra together.

Positions:
The guy standing on one hand and one leg making love is by far the most impressive sexual positions I’ve read in the Kamasutra. I don’t know that name of that particular position but I can only remember what it was all about.

Posing Nude:
I’ve always maintained that I like to leave a little bit to the imagination. If I don’t I’m giving the audience an easy way out. I like that degree of difficulty that one puts into them. I don’t think I’ll ever pose nude.

Sex toys:
I saw some bizarre sex toys while I and my friend were doing shopping in Colaba. Initially we didn’t know whether the schools compass box look-a-like was actually a sex toy. It was in a shape of a bus and a train. We came to know after we read ‘dildo’ written on it. That’s the first and the only time I saw and picked one in my hand.

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Emraan Hashmi is miffed with Soha Ali Khan for refusing to kiss him on the lips in Tum Mile
By Kunal M Shah (MUMBAI MIRROR; June 16, 2009)

Soha Ali Khan

Emraan Hashmi

Although Emraan Hashmi has kissed several PYTs in most of his films, his ego recently took a beating when Soha Ali Khan refused to kiss him in Tum Mile. Incidentally, Soha had initially agreed to do the scene.

A source said, “A kissing scene was to be shot between Emraan and Soha. It was an important scene as the film is a love story. It is not a steamy bedroom scene but a romantic kiss. Soha was informed about the scene right from the start. However, on the day of the shoot, she suddenly backed out. Director Kunal Deshmukh tried to convince her but by the time he could do so, it was Emraan who refused to shoot after he heard about Soha’s refusal. As Emraan was upset with Soha for backing out of the scene, he had a showdown with Kunal. The day’s shoot ended without the scene being shot.”

Kunal confirmed the news and said, “I had given a detailed narration to Soha about the kiss. However, on the day of the shoot, she developed cold feet. As the scene was to be shot against the backdrop of a setting sun, I was in a hurry to film it. But by the time I managed to convince Soha, Emraan had an issue. He did not take kindly to Soha’s refusal and as a result refused to shoot. I had no option but to call for a pack-up. They will eventually understand that the kiss is an important part of the film. I am sure they will put their egos aside and work towards the betterment of the film.”

The film is based on the 26/7 Mumbai deluge.