Hot Bollywood Actress : Mallika Sherawat
Real Name : Reema Lamba
Home : Rohtak, Hariyana
Years Active :2002-Present
First Movie: Khwahish
Mallika Sherawat is the Hottest actress of bollywood and Model She also known as Sex Symbol of Indian Film Industry.
Mallika Sherawat one of the top news-maker actress of the year 2003. She is a true blue ‘jatni’ girl from Haryana. She has grown in a “Jat” atmosphere with a countryside education. She has a degree in philosophy from Miranda House, Delhi University.
Mallika always wanted to be an actress. And made her mind to get out of the rut and at least try once. When she alone came to Mumbai she knew nobody. It was hard and backbreaking. She was from Hindi medium school. But all the odds made her resolutions stronger.
Fortunately Mallika got the Govind Menon’s Khwahish which gave her ambition of extra edges. A film about bedroom woes. A small film went to win the big time attention because of unbridled sensuality. She had given 17 kisses in the movie which turn away the attention of public and they gone to see the movie.
Then again Mahesh Bhatt’s thriller Murder directed by Anurag Basu has put Mallika in an unconventional act. Mallika acquired a sex symbol tag after the film Murder (2004) in which she starred, became one of the most successful films of the year. It’s a story of a married woman whose life is hell. She is lonely and had an affair. This film has shades of celebration, of blossoming, passion & love and of insecurity.
She has signed one more film with Govind Menon Kis Kiski Kismat. It’s a comedy film opposite Dharmendra. And another film untitled film of Mahesh Bhatt. Mallika Sherawat’s decision of coming in films is still difficult to digest for his father. He has not forgiven her. But her brother supports her from starting. She believes his support is her strength.
Mallika is the first Indian woman to get an offer to pose nude for Playboy magazine and appear on the cover. Mallika turned down the offer in an attempt to avoid the risk of being blacklisted in the Indian film industry.