Friday, February 02, 2007
Playing vamp is not at all an easy job. In fact it requires a lot of effort. Starting with Urvashi Dholakya aka Komolika of "Kasauti Zindagi Kay", who is being dubbed as the most famous (?) and perfect vamp, to Aanchal Dwivedi a ka Kaveri of "Saat Phere", all the vamps have one thing in common - style. Looks, consisting of weird make-up and dressing sense, complete with a li'l bit of skin show through backless blouses and naval revealing sarees form an important ingredient to be a perfect vamp.
And taking the cue from the veteran vamps, small time vamp Neelima a ka Durga of "Maayka" also decided to give other vamps a run for their money. But in the process of getting under layers of heavy make-up and revealing outfits, the ageing wannabe vamp forgot that the age and oomph were not on her side.
So, in an attempt to look hotter than other 'happening' vamps, Neelima made a fool of herself. It so happened that she tried putting on layers of make-up before going in front of the camera. And once under the arc light, her make-up did make her 'hot'; but not lookwise, rather she started getting burning sensation on her skin. Finally, Neelima had to wash off her make-up completely in order to get rid of the trouble. She got eye infection too.
When we tried to contact Nileema, she was initially not ready to talk about it. She shrugged off saying, "Is infection really a big issue?" No Neelima, its really isn't a big issue with us. After all, this is your skin, your eyes; so you know the best as to what to do with them. Just a piece of advice - don't experiment with your look, or else, you wouldn't even be able to play a mother few years down the line. Because today's audiences want even telly mothers to look glam.
Daljeet's scary shoot
Mandira is back...