The F obsession
Tall and dusky Bipasha Basu is a head turner when it comes to her supermodel looks, vivacious personality, and that distinct voice. The pretty actor was in city on Wednesday to be a part of the launch of a high-street fashion brand outlet in Sector 17 on Wednesday.
“I am happy to be in Chandigarh which is a very modern city. I even asked the driver of my car to recommend the best sweet dish that the city has to offer. He said ‘pinni’, and I have ordered it already. I am a complete foodie and, like a typical Bong, love to dig into sweet dishes. I am also going to relish Punjabi food while I am here,” says the actor known to have one of the fittest bodies in the film industry.
On the Bollywood front, the actor who was last seen in horror flick Aatma, says, “I am soon going to fly to Ooty to shoot for my next film Creature, a 3-D project with Vikram Bhatt. The film is an action-adventure film.”
Open to giving a try to the role a Panjaban in both Hindi and Punjabi films, the Bengali beauty is also working on her next set of fitness DVDs “I will release some more DVDs for my brand Love Yourself. I love to exercise and I put in a lot of hard work to keep myself fit. That is the reason I can manage to satisfy the gourmand in myself,” she says.
Fashion and style too did not come easy to Bips, as she avers, “I was a bookworm during my teen days in Kolkata. I have a gorgeous mother who has a keen sense of fashion. However, my own sense of fashion developed when I started modelling at the age of 15.”
On her characteristic style statement, she says she keeps it light: “India is a hot country and I like to wear something easy. My wardrobe has white shirts, nice pairs of denims, singlets and shorts. I love wearing shorts, dresses and jumpsuits.”
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