They share intimate moments in reel life and share a great rapport in real life. But if you are wondering if actors also share a brother-sister relation, then you are wrong! The spice sirens of Bollywood have no such intentions of doing so, not with hot actors at least.
For brazen babes, it's impossible to tie a rakhi to any desirable actor because you never know what role you are going to do with him in the next film. Says Divya Diwedi, "Most of the actresses feel the same way. I think the last thing will be on my mind to tie a rakhi to Emraan Hashmi because I know the kind of image he has and the kind of roles he has been doing. What if tomorrow I have to do some smooching sequences with him? I will not lose any such opportunity by making him my brother. It will be very awkward situation for any girl. I am happy to celebrate rakhi with my own brother who lives with me."
Motor-mouth Rakhi Sawant gives similar reasons when asked whom she considers as her brother in the industry. "See, God has given me two brothers and I don't want any more. Acting is such a profession where I will not jeopardize my career by sending any rakhi to any actor. I respect this festival of love between brother and sister very much and that's why I am very honest in expressing my feelings. I can't even think of tying rakhi to hunks like Emraan Hashmi and John Abraham. The problem is that in Bollywood, we are like thorough professionals and ye bhaiwaad to chalta hi nahin hai bollywood main (Bollywood is full of professionals and we don't have this culture of brotherism)," states Rakhi.
Another flesh flick babe Mona Lisa shirks the idea of turning sexy actors into brothers. "Writers, singers, directors and producers can be brothers but not good-looking actors. It's like demeaning the value of rakhi by sending it to actors. And actor like Emraan Hashmi is not born to be made brother ever," she quips.