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    Bollywood's Water-ladies!

    Bollywoods Water-Ladies

    When Bollywood gets serious about getting sexy, it goes the distance to make its women super-hot!

    Water's played a humongous role when it's come to some of the best scenes in cinema. all it has taken our luscious ladies to show off their Oomph-factor, be it Mandakini's stint under the water fall in Ram Teri Ganga Maili, which has a little more than her curves showing, to Zeenat Aman's introduction of a whole new kind of seduction in the rain with Satyam Shivam Sundaram.

    Clothes clinging tight to their waists, translucent sarees and the ever-green magic of the rains. Even Smita Patil, who wouldn't otherwise be seen in raunchy numbers, can be seen in Aaj Rapat jaaye- a rain song alright!

    'Sagar' had Dimple Kapadia rolling in the sea in 'Jaane do na'. Who wouldn't want to stop her from going? It'll be criminal to exclude Samundar Mein Nahaake- yes, a very namkeen Zeenat again, in Pukar with Amitabh and together they set the screen on fire

    Of recent we have a drenched Minissha Lamba in Kidnap, and Priyanka Chopra walking out of the sea in Dostana. Anushka Sharma's flat tummy and slim waistline were accentuated in her out-of-the-blue (literally!) look from Badmaash Company.

    Yes, our celluloid ladies do make quite an impression when emerging out of water.

    From rain dances to waterfalls and rolling in the sea-waves, the point's clear: Bollywood's fascination with drenched ladies will not end!

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