A problem with Kim Sharma story is that you have to constantly remind people, who she is. But it's not their fault either. The actress who made her debut with Yash Chopra's ‘Mohabbatein' made a fleeting appearance in films like 'Tumse Accha Kaun Hai' and 'Kehta Hai Dil Bar Bar' before she vanished.
Now when your memory is refreshed, get the story.
The buzz is that Kim has just sent the top designers all over the country in a tizzy by declaring that she wants to wear the smallest bikini ever made for the Indian screen.
Must be wondering why? Kim has an answer.
"It's difficult getting challenging roles right away. I am therefore willing to use exposure as a stepping-stone to bigger things. If it means wearing the smallest bikini ever made, so be it," she gushes.
The actress who made more news off screen due to her keen interest in Yuvraj Singh doesn't hesitate to accept that time is running out fast for her.
"I may never get the chance. There is very little scope left for bikinis to shrink further. However if any designer manages the impossible, I would love to wear his creation in a film," she says.
But don't get it all wrong she insists.
"I don't want to keep taking off my clothes in every film. Since it's difficult competing with really beautiful women like Bipasha and Celina, I have to carve a niche for myself in the industry. Once I establish myself, I am sure challenging roles will follow," says Sharma.
Is Ritu Beri listening?
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