Don't listen to Mallika Sherawat, infers Bipasha, when she claims, men either talked to your breasts or drool over those exotic derrière.
According to the Bong bombshell, it takes a lot of crunches before you finally get that intoxicating sex appeal. Her mantra to get one - Start working on that extra flab on your tummy.
"After all a well-shaped abdomen is the most desirable part of a woman's body," she says.
The Raaz star, who herself had the tough time dealing with the expanding waistline now boast of the asset that many Indian men don't even know exists.
"I had said that while people talk about different parts of a woman's body, they never seem to notice if her abdomen is in proper shape or not. I want to change that perception. A flat stomach goes a long way in making an actress look attractive on screen," say Bips.
Call it a John effect but the truth remains that Bipasha has looking drop-dead gorgeous after shedding those lot of wobbly layers.
"Most Indian quite forget that a well-proportioned abdomen is the key to overall appeal. The fact that men are not in the habit of appreciating a firm middle only makes women more casual about this very important region of the body. I am among the few girls in Bollywood who takes as much care of her abdomen as legs and other body parts," she gushes.
Ask her, if John has been the real inspiration behind her new avatar and she retorts, "Look, all I want to say is, that can be an inspiration for me. John and I are very good friends and that's it."
Whatever you say Bips but one thing is for sure, John loves to talk to the belly buttons, perhaps that's why he made Esha shed kilos before the two hit the sets of 'Dhoom'.
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