Aditi Rao Hydari: We have all grown up wearing bikinis

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Glamsham8 October 2013
Aditi Rao Hydari: We have all grown up wearing bikinis

By Urvi Parikh, Glamsham Editorial

Bollywood actress Aditi Rao Hydari transformed herself from a girl-next-door character in DELHI 6 to the bold and sexy lass in MURDER 3. And now the actress is all set turn up the heat in her upcoming film, Akshay Kumar starrer BOSS, opposite Shiv Pandit.

Aditi, who holds a record of doing love-making scenes in every other film, has for the first time donned a bikini on-screen. While the actress has been receiving rave reviews for her sensuous look and toned body in the film, Aditi doesn't find it anything new or weird, unlike her contemporaries.

"It's really great to get a positive response for a bikini shot because honestly when I did the bikini shot, I did not think that it was anything strange. People have done it before. Also I feel in 2013, if a girl wears a bikini in a film it's okay!" Aditi said and added after a pause, "We have all grown up wearing bikinis and its comfortable for one's body. But what I am happy about is that people are saying I am looking pretty, beautiful, sensuous and not cheap. But I would give a lot of credit to the filmmaker who made it look like that."

Directed by Anthony D'souza, BOSS is slated to release on 16th October 2013.


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