Men and women, it is said, belong to different planets. But what happens when one tries to enter an alien territory, especially women. Well if they do, they just need to follow some rules. So, are you game girls?
Bollywood hunks prefer women making the first move in expressing their feelings but the idea of them getting raunchy and wild in the first meeting is a big put off!
Most of them cited occasions when girls in an effort to entice went overboard offering sex straightway in the first meeting or made some lewd remarks.
Says Marc Robinson, of Kamasutra fame, "I don't like women who become offensive with their language and behaviour. If a woman starts behaving like a man and makes some weird proposal to me like dropping me home or taking me out to some hot destination in the first interaction, I don't think I will be impressed".
"But yes, if a woman makes a move in a decent manner, that's perfectly ok with me", he further adds.
The model cites occasions when he encountered women who crossed their limits of dignity and went ahead with some lustful proposals. And well, it is not only him who has faced such advances, there are numerous other men in the industry who despise such behaviour.
Actor Dino Morea is also one of the many victims of men facing humiliation by aggressive women. "I remember some of the girls turning so aggressive in a party that they tore my shirt even before I entered the venue. By the time I reached inside, my back was exposed. It was quite surprising for me," says Dino.
On a calmer note he adds, "If a woman makes a proposal in an elegant manner, I will appreciate that. But if some girl tears my shirt in the very first meeting, it will certainly put me off."
Last but not the least is ramp scorcher Shawar Ali who shares his bit of experience on the matter. "There are some differences of mannerism, behaviour and attitude between men and women. The line has to be maintained. In my opinion, if a woman disdains someone stalking her, the man also doesn't enjoy it. A decent approach is the key to man's heart."