'My man shouldn't buy lingerie'
Tamasha queen Rakhi Sawant talks about the importance of a man in her life and much more. Check out the juicy details... Controversy Queen | Spill it like Sawantindia Updated: Oct 12, 2006 18:29 IST
She is popularly called the Tamasha queen - be it her skirt scandal or making hot moves in public. Rakhi Sawant is a sure shot Mirchi gal. In a chat with HTTabloid, she talks about the importance of a man in her life and much more. Check out the juicy details...
'Buying lingerie is not a man's job'
To begin with, the item hottie doesn't want her man to shop undies for her. "I will never let my man go and pick bra and panty for me. This is not proper. It doesn't look nice at all. I have no problem if he surprises me with other kind of gifts but buying lingerie is not a man's job anyways," declares Sawant.
'A man can fill the vacuum in my life'
Talking further she says, "I believe that a man is a very important part of a woman's life. He fills the vacuum in her life, at least in my man he can. He is like an ultimate compliment for her. And every man has certain duties towards her woman. Taking care of her, standing by her in difficult times and giving her warmth of a relationship is what I think a man is supposed to perform as his
Rakhi feels her raunchy, controversial image cannot demean the relationship between a man and a woman. "I feel that if I tell my husband to go and buy my undergarments, it's like demeaning his respect. My man will be a very important part of my life," says she.
Game for a metro man!
The buxom bombshell - single and ready to mingle - doesn't mind a metro sexual man. "If my man is beauty conscious, it is absolutely fine. I don't mind if a man is very particular about his looks. It's all right if he applies beauty creams to look good," says Rakhi.
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