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HOT LOOKER: Do glam girls ogle?

Ogling is not a man's forte anymore.

india Updated: Jan 11, 2006 14:34 IST

If you thought it is only a man's forte to admire bodyluscious beauties, think again! Women no longer want to be left behind. They want to 'scope-out' beefcakes and admit as much.

Generation-X bombshells claim that they are bold enough and see no hassle in making a pass at a good-looking hunk if required.

Let's know whether glam gals look before they leap or not...

Amrita Arora: As far as making a pass at men is concerned, I don't think there is anything wrong with it. There are occasions when you feel someone is sweet and gorgeous looking and you can't stop ogling at him. In my case, it has not happened yet. But if you ask me whom I would want to ogle at, my answer would be Enrique Iglesias. I am totally obsessed with him. I remember how I met him once and felt as if I will faint. But I don't remember having gazed at any Indian male.

Esha

Deol: I have done it a couple of times. I think it is very healthy. If I like someone, what's wrong in admiring him? I prefer clean-shaven man to stare at. Among Indians actors it could be Sanjay Dutt or actors of his ilk and in Hollywood I would like to ogle at Sylvester Stallone. But let me clarify that I do it for fun rather than satisfy my carnal needs.

Payal Rohatgi: For me, checking out men is more of a "time-pass." Especially at airports and parties, if you are feeling bored, it can be of great fun. Well-built, good-looking men turn me on. I love ogling at Salman Khan.

Indian women look before they leap!

First Published: Jan 11, 2006 10:36 IST