Priyanka ready to go nude


<a href='http://www.bollywoodmantra.com/celebrity/priyanka-chopra/' title='Priyanka Chopra' class='article_display_tag' data-id='priyanka-chopra' id='article_tag_data_priyanka-chopra' style='display: inline-block;'><strong>Priyanka Chopra</strong></a>The quote “if the role demands” has become one big catch phrase amongst the heroines, mostly in Bollywood. After freely showing skins, they cover up with an excuse saying that the role demanded so.

The latest to quote this phrase, is the former Miss India, and the formerly conservative heroine – Priyanka Chopra.
But since her 2003 film Andaaz opposite Akshay Kumar, she realized that glamour can fetch her roles and fame. She was also seen in a film called 'Apuroopam' in Tollywood, opposite Madhukar. Recently, she gave a bold statement to the press saying she is ready to go Full Nude in a film if she ‘role demanded’ so.

Says Priyanka – “I am ready to go full nude if the role demands it. But, if it doesn’t require so, there is no point in being unnecessarily glamorous. The producers, directors these days have some how convinced the new girls, that they need to be in their bare essentials in order to survive in the industry.” Well, Priyanka seems to have become bolder these days, as she recently gave a statement in a leading daily that producers, director request her to look glamorous and expose some skin for the sake of commerciality.

Another interesting tid-bit is that the famous “17 kisses” fame Mallika Sherawat was supposed to go full nude in a swimming pool scene in her forthcoming film ‘Murder’ to be produced by Mahesh Bhatt. But, on the sets when she was supposed to undress she got tensed and backed off in the last movement. Keeping this in mind, another producer who is making a bold film called “Julie” with model Neha Dhupia made her sign the contract that she wouldn’t object and back off from any of the bold scenes that have to be shot in the film.

Surely this will bring back men to the theatres. What about the poor women, aren't there too many Salman Khan's out there?

Source: http://www.musicindiaonline.com/n/m/hindi/84/

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