Now that you can throw a stone and hit a bikini-fit back in Bollywood, most bikini-potential actresses are working hard to acquire bikini-kinetic bodies.
Rising from the sea a la Ursula Andress and Raquel Welch are quite passe. Now it’s all about thrashing underwater or looking like a drowned ghostie like Minissha Lamba’s famous shot in Kidnap.
After frolicking over water in Tashan, Kareena Kapoor will now do a turn underwater in a bikini in Kambhakt Ishq (Incredible Love). Remember we told you all about Incredible Love - the Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor, Arnold Schwarznegger, Sylvester Stallone, Beyonce and Denise Richards starrer, set in Hollywood?
Kareena Kapoor’s will-she-won’t-she wear a bikini in Tashan buzz is now being reported for Kambhakt Ishq. I have no clue whether Kareena will wear one in Kambhakt Ishq but if it’s anything like her bikini look in Tashan then she needs to up her oomph ante considerably.
She has that skinny-in-a-bikini that is so popular right now that has been denounced so disdainfully by the yesteryear bikini queen Ursula Andress. Where’s the meat? she asks.
Even Bollywood’s old daring bikini queenies like Sharmila Tagore, Parveen Babi, Dimple Kapadia, and even a chubby Pooja Bhatt looked happy to be curvy. But Kareena will follow in the footsteps of Minissha Lamba, the first homegrown skinny bikini queeny, and refuse to take note of Mallika Sherawat and Bipasha Basu who know just how to fill a bikini. Look at these pictures and decide for yourself which is a better look – the skinny or the curvy?
In an recent interview, Bipasha Basu gave the skinny on bikini bodies. She said that she has no intention of working to be bikini-fit ever again because it’s such hard work. Can you imagine what it takes to be bikini fit? Nearly four hours of strenous cardio or what-have-you killing exercise routines and surviving on egg whites, boiled veggies, and protein bars or shakes. One model said recently that she craved for roti and milk!!! I am sure even the hair shirt toting penance types in the middle ages, were kinder to themselves.