Udita's yoke of yolk!
After Bebo and Negar, Udita is upto some craziness. Read on...tabloid Updated: Apr 29, 2006 11:14 IST
While Kareena Kapoor and seductive Negar Khan soaked themselves in chocolate syrup, sex siren Udita Goswami has done something that's way too crazy and that too just for fun! Read on to find out...
Who cares if the bird flu has gripped the country, one can always use it externally if not internally. The sexy siren of Bollywood has laced her desirable body in egg yolk. You ask why? Just on the request of one of her friends for a fun shoot.
"I think this is the craziest and the most bizarre thing I have done in my life. In fact, one of my friends requested me to present him with one of the pictures.
He made sure it should be something different. Even my photographer was very experimental and even he wanted to create something out of me that will look something out of the world. He suggested me that idea of having egg yolks all over my face for a picture," she explains.
So, didn't the stench of eggs give Udita a sick feeling? "Initially I was very much apprehensive about how I will go about it. But I applied baby oil all over my face and broke almost half a dozen eggs on it. It was stinking so badly. It was the most horrible experience of my life. After the shoot was over, I continued to have that stinking feeling in my mind for so many days," recalls Udita.The model-turned-actress kicked off her acting stint with films like Paap, Zeher and Aksar. She shares more juicy secrets about her adventure. "My photographer got a few shots of me and then I washed off my face and as far as I remember I haven't done anything more bizarre than this photo shoot," quips Udita.
The lady, who has no issues with lip-locking on-screen, says that she hasn't seen those pictures yet. She confesses that it was her itch to do something different that prepared for this shoot. Says the sexy goddess, "Everyone wants to do something different and I thought it's good to see how I look with eggs all over my body. Had I done it for some advertisement, it would have gone everywhere."