What sexcites Indian couples?
Was year-end raunchy enough for couples?Updated: Jan 04, 2006 13:46 IST
Which Indian metro has the sexiest couples? An exclusive survey conducted by Team HTTaboid suggest that the capital's lovebirds rule the roost when it comes to welcoming the New Year in the most sauciest and raunchiest manner.
Here are some of the startling revelations from the survey taken by 100 newly wed couples from four metros - Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata.
Home Sweet Home For Couples at New Year's Eve...
91 per cent of Delhi couples preferred staying at home and entered the New Year indulging in sex with their partners. While Mumbai stood second with just 47 per cent couples celebrating New Year this way. Kolkata and Banglore stood third and fourth with 42 and 39 percent respectively.
So, does Delhi have the boldest couples? Says a respondent on the condition of anonymity, "I got married last year and went out to Ooty on honeymoon for 15 days. Delhi is chilling. In such a chilling weather, the best way to welcome the New Year is to be in bed and enjoy to the fullest. Moreover, venturing out in Delhi at midnight is a big risk. It's so unsafe outside. So I celebrated the New Year's Eve in a more romantic way at home with my wife. And do I need to reveal what I did?"
Only Bachelors Party In Delhi!
"See either bachelors or hooligans go out and celebrate New Year in Delhi on the road. Kids insist to go for a walk in Connaught Place and other places but couples like us prefer getting cozy at home as home is safe and pleasurable than anywhere else," quips banker Ruchir Mehta.
While the crime-o-meter of the capital is on a rise, it doesn't affect Delhi's singles and wedded people. They just want to have fun be it in a nightclub or in bed!
Mumbai...The Hub Of Party Not Sex?
Suman Kumar, a struggling writer in Mumbai, says, "For Mumbaiites, partying late night is a way of life. So, I decided to go with the flow rather than be in bed with my wife."
Kolkata Couples Have Fun With Family
Shamita, a 25-year-old schoolteacher in Kolkata, celebrated the New Year's Eve at home with her family. "We offered puja, burst crackers and had sweets on the New Year's Eve with the entire family. My husband and his parents also had good fun in celebrating New Year in this manner," she says.
*Names have been changed to protect identity.
First Published: Jan 03, 2006 18:17 IST