Here's how to impress Udita
Impressing women has never been an easy ballgame. However, if you ever get an opportunity to date a sexy lady like Udita Goswami, here is a little tip.india Updated: May 25, 2006 19:11 IST
Impressing women has never been an easy ballgame especially when it comes to the bombshells. However, if you ever get an opportunity to date a sexy lady like Udita Goswami, here is a little tip from the actress herself.
Besides looking for impressive appearance, dress sense and basic etiquettes, Udita is good at getting to know a man's personality by the kind of perfume he is wearing. When it comes to picking a date, aromatic men definitely top her list.
"I always believe that there is a subconscious link between a man and the kind of perfume he is using. His preference and habits of using a particular kind of fragrance can reflect a lot about him. At least, I can gather a lot just by having a whiff of his perfume. Whenever I meet someone, the first thing, I notice is how he smells. I have a very sharp nose for that," confesses Udita.
The seductress, who accepts her 'sexy girl' tag gracefully, has acquired this peculiar yet unique sniffing sense since teen years. She has had advantages in knowing people through her strong sniffing sense.While talking about her nose power, she refuses to divulge any further details if it was the scent of ex-boyfriend Mohit Suri, the director of Zeher in which she acted, that attracted her towards him. She tactfully changed the topic and starts talking about her experience in the industry till now. "I have lot of films lined up this year but what disappoints me is the lukewarm response to my first film (Paap). I was expecting the film to do well and I was quite excited about it but when I came to know the result, it really dampened my spirit for sometime more so because I was a newcomer then. But now, I realize however big you are in the modeling world, it's a matter of just one hit which makes all the difference in Bollywood," states the actress.
First Published: May 25, 2006 19:11 IST