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Neha’s classy act

“Men will love me and women will hate me,” says actress Neha Dhupia.

india Updated: Jan 07, 2010 19:46 IST
Minakshi Saini

Neha Dhupia

Barely a week into its release and

Raat Gayi Baat Gayi

has worked wonders for Neha Dhupia’s career. The actress has fetched a nomination in the best supporting actress category at the 16th Annual Screen Awards.

“Men are going to love me as I am in a really low back dress and women are going hate me as I am in that low back dress,” says Neha about her seductive act in the film. And she adds she had great fun playing the compulsive flirt in the film. “I don’t think anyone else could have played the role while making it look so classy, the way I did,” adds the actress. Neha even goes on to give her own tips that never fail while flirting. “Speak a little less then you should and smile a little more then you should, works best,” she says.

Back to the nomination, the actress says she was expecting it since

Raat Gayi Baat Gayi

also won a viewers’ choice award at the South Asian and International Film Festival. She also trashes reports that the film is a rip-off of last year’s Hollywood hit Hangover. “Our film was made before


so I guess they took inspiration from us. It is unfortunate that it was released before us,” says the actress.

And how much does she agree with the film’s concept — one-night stands? “One-night stands are something very personal and impersonal at the same time. I think it’s okay as far as it does not hurt the other person.”

And what’s the current status of her relationship with squash champ Ritwik Bhattacharya? “I am enjoying my relationship with work and my life is all about the work that I am doing and I am wanting to do. I don’t have space and energy for anything else,” she concludes sarcastically.