Rakhi is 'item auntie'
The item babe has been re-christened by her kid fans. Read on to know about more aunties.india Updated: Feb 13, 2007 20:13 IST
The hot item babes of Bollywood may not like to portray the character of mother onscreen, but some of them have confessed that they don’t mind being called auntie in real life. Amazed?
Well these sirens love to hear auntie suffixed with their names, only if the children call them so.
But, as we know, nothing can be as creative as a child’s mind. So, children have re-christened these sirens according to their preferences.
Signal Auntie: Any guesses on signal auntie. Who other than pyar ka signal babe Tanushree Dutta? As the siren puts in her own words: “My item number Pyar ka signal from film Bhagam Bhag has become a huge craze among youth as well as kids. I was surprised when some small kids addressed me as signal aunty in one of the parties. In fact they didn’t know my name but they could identify me from my performance in the film. I took it as a big complement. It shows that the song made me really very popular.”
No Entry Auntie: No guesses to answer this one, for, it is our sulty siren Bipasha Basu who set the screen on fire with Ishq di galiwich no entry. We could understand the youth going bonkers over her performance, but even kids loved the song very much. Says Bipasha, “In fact after the film became a hit, I enjoyed small kids running around me and calling me as No Entry Auntie. I really loved the way they did it.”
Sexy Auntie and Item Auntie (Mika Auntie?): None other than Rakhi Sawant is the three-in-one Auntie. Says Rakhi: “I am sexy auntie for kids. They call me with this name. They love my performances and I take it as a complement. I think, being called sexy is the biggest achievement because kids are honest and innocent. They can’t lie. Sometimes they call me item auntie too because I am an item dancer and have performed in stage shows all over the country.” But, we are sure, she would definitely desist being called Mika Aunty.
First Published: Feb 13, 2007 20:13 IST