Hollywood starlet Lindsay Lohan got a taste of Indian culture during her recent visit to the city as she ate 'kachuri' and went away wearing the traditional Indian bindi. Her only complaint, however, was those of mosquito-bites.
"Lohan got excited on seeing a small girl wearing a bindi and asked if she could also wear it. Then one of the children placed it on her forehead," a source present on the spot told PTI.
Dressed in a black sleeveless top, black tights and knee -length black boots, Lohan kept wearing the red-colured 'bindi' till she slipped into her car.
The 'Mean Girls' actress had visited the inmates of 'Sanlaap', an NGO at Narendrapur, on the outskirts of the city Friday, to shoot for a BBC documentary on child trafficking.
Lohan, once famous for her hook-ups, alcohol and drug addictions, was so engrossed in listening to the heart-wrenching tales of trafficking victims that she even forgot to have her lunch.
"Minutes before going away, she realised that she hasn't eaten her food. Then she quickly ate some locally-made cookies, sandwiches and khasta-kachuris," he said.
Although she described her visit to the NGO as the best moment of her lifetime, the 23-year-old actress had one complaint – mosquito-bites.