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How sirens woo-man

The glam magnets say there is nothing wrong in enticing a man.

india Updated: Aug 09, 2006 14:04 IST

If you love someone, then dare to bare your feelings. This is the mantra some glam sirens swear by. They claim to be woman enough to make the first move in wooing their man. Let's find out what they have to say.

NEHA DHUPIA
"I don't consider there is anything wrong in the idea of wooing a man. Today, we are talking about man-woman equality and women's liberation, so for me it's not any type of a social stigma or bad name in the society if a woman is hitting on a man or tries to impress him. As far as the ways are concerned, I think if I have to woo my man I will do it with my intelligent conversations," says Dhupia.

Neha dislikes enticing her man with her killer looks or sex appeal. She says, "I don't dress to impress anyone. This will be the last thing I will ever think of to impress a man."

DIANA HAYDEN
She is of a similar view that enticing someone should be done in an intelligent manner rather than wearing something, which can a woman's dignity. Says she, "If you are romancing your would-be partner then doing it without compromising your dignity and dressing yourself in a sensuous manner is not the way to go because wooing a man is a social skill. I don't think there is anything wrong in enticing a man but again it varies from person to person. One may like it while others may not."

CELINA JAITLEY
I will only woo a man I am intensely attracted to. I will do it by not showing my cleavage but by showing off my intelligence to him.