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The spicy sirens of tinsel town are all set to give a visual treat to viewers in 2007 with their ultra-glam bodies.

india Updated: Jan 02, 2007 20:29 IST

With the kind of New Year resolutions Bollywood hotties vow to follow, it's for sure that this year will definitely be hotter and sexier for the film industry than it was in 2007.

The svelte look was never so much in vogue before the release of ultra glam Dhoom-2 that has raised the fitness expectation from the stars manifold.

So what are these sizzling stars up to for maintaining their hot bodies. Well, sultry Mona Chopra is all set to strut her stuff much more boldly than before as she says: "My first priority is to maintain my right shape. For this I am working out on my thighs, stomach and upper body parts."

But what will she do for that million dollar skin glow?

"I'll take a lot of green vegetables for healthy and glowing skin as a good skin means I can expose my body in minis and backless clothes with confidence." Well Mona, we are sure that's definitely going to raise mercury a few degrees up.

Another actress who's all set to sizzle at box-office with her fab body is Celina Jaitley who's planned a fitness regime in advance. Says she: "I'm going to make sure that I won't binging on unhealthy food as it can play havoc with my body shape. Juice, fruits and leafy vegetables are the all time favourites. By sticking to my regular healthy food habits, I'll make sure that I look sensual on screen as usual." Yes, sure lady, but expecting an equally hot performance too!

Gangster babe Kangana Ranaut feels that she has got a natural look but it's important to follow a fitness regime if one lives in metro city like Mumabi. "Amidst lot of word stress, pollution and late night work, it's not possible to maintain a sensuous look without taking proper care of yourself. I have made it a point to include some yoga and aerobics in my health regime for mental and physical peace."

First Published: Jan 02, 2007 20:29 IST