Today in New Delhi, India
May 21, 2019-Tuesday
New Delhi
  • Humidity
  • Wind

Hot celebs' kissable experiences!

Being in the glam world means countless pecks.

india Updated: Feb 20, 2006 12:40 IST

Being hip and chic in the glitz and glam world has its occupational hazards. And sometimes attending social gatherings becomes a tedious task for the glitterati, for the simple reason, that they have to accept countless number of pecks on their cheeks in the name of greetings!

The hotter you become, the more popular target you become for others. But, it also becomes a menace at times. Our swish celeb set tells us their share of kissable experiences.

Kissing king Emraan Hashmi says, "Whenever I go for parties, women are drooling all over me and most of them even invite me to kiss them. They are desperate for a peck from me. I have to tell them that real life is not what reel life is. In fact, everyone who knows me and has seen my films think that I am actually a serial smoocher. People often ask me who do I enjoy kissing on-screen. At times I have to save my cheeks as so many girls are after my life to kiss me."

Hot women including Mallika Shehrawat, Tanushree Dutta and Amrita Arora stand among favourites for kissing as Amrita says, "Wherever I go, people are on a look-out to hug and kiss me. It's so difficult to handle them. In fact, it becomes irritating when you don't like the person getting so close to you. It's OK with close friends and colleagues but not strangers."

Item girls Mona Lisa and Rakhi Sawant too get their own big share of kiss in the parties. "It's so difficult to attend parties these days. People literally mob me for lip locking. Everyone wants to put a kiss on my lips. But to be frank, I enjoy it too when the boy is tall, handsome and well mannered. But you don't have a choice when you are in a party. You have all sorts of people coming to greet you. I have also had bad experiences when people try to put their arms around my waist, fondle me gently and kiss on lips," quips bold babe Rakhi Sawant.

First Published: Feb 20, 2006 12:40 IST