Bips has long been one of the industry's hottest chicas, but this is decidedly the first time she's looked as breathtakingly oomphy. Constantly clad in aggressively sexy clothing, Bips rocks the tiny pants, shows off that fantastic posterior, toned legs, and flashes some wonderfully distracting decolletage.
As hot as it gets, really.
Honestly, what better body to pour into a Miami showreel than this one? Miss Shetty's been missing from our screens for a while now, but clearly she hasn't been miserly with the yoga, and that bod looks better than ever. Say what you want about the film that had the potential to be so much more, but during the Shilpa-featuring opening credits all our jaws hung open.
Kapoor's most hyped appearance of the year came in Victor Acharya's Tashan, where she poured her size-zero figure into a bikini. But despite that -- and the tarty red dress -- she looked far too parched to actually be hot.
The scorcher seemed a lot more wholesome in Golmaal Returns, be it in character in saris or all hotted up during the songs.
It might have been more than a tad in-your-face, but try and hunt out just one man complaining about Priyanka Chopra's wardrobe in Karan Johar's latest production. Some of it was plain ridiculous -- especially the way she dressed for work -- but to all those women who rationally and cattily complain that no woman dresses like that, all us men retort: well, they should. If only in our fantasies.
There was much talk of Madhur Bhandarkar's film starring three very attractive actresses, and while Priyanka Chopra and Kangna Ranaut played a couple of stereotyped characters, the more likeable (and less exaggerated) role belonged to Godse, making her Bollywood debut. Also, she was the hottest of the trio, by far.
The film, a rather painful attempt at remaking Mel Brooks' To Be Or Not To Be, might have been a critical and commercial disaster, but the industry's hottest woman poured her pneumatic body into flattering enough clothes. Flattering enough, in fact, to ensure that we were often gladly forgoing plotline entirely because we'd rather gape instead.
The most plotless film of the year featured a bunch of stars strutting their stuff and frequently forgetting to act. But full marks for tossing Kats into formal-gear. Office skirts and fitted shirts haven't looked this sexy for a really long time, and it truly makes for Katrina at her hottest.
A lithe, leggy actress who looks like a hotter version of Amrita Rao? Yes, please. We're all game to see more of the slender Sonal, yet another of the heroines who makes us realise just how charmed a certain Emraan Hashmi's life really is.
Alright, so it is another of the year's worst films, and Minissha positively grates on your nerves. The same can't be said about her willingness to display her ample curves though, a fact that should lead you to watch the music videos -- but not this film, oh no.
We've always known she can't act -- and even formulated theories that her very presence can doom a film to abject unwatchability (a theory that Kunal Kohli's dud doesn't quite disprove) -- but honestly, her stripping down to bizarrely trashy cocktail dresses at least briefly livened up proceedings in this awful movie.