Ursula Andress famously stepped out of the Caribbean Sea in a skimpy white bikini in ‘Dr. No‘, the first James Bond movie and gave men sleepless nights. Dimple Kapadia did the same when she stepped dripping wet, out of a swimming pool, in ‘Sagar’. The difference was that while the Bond girl resorted to just a miniscule amount of fabric to scorch the screen, the Bobby girl did it wrapped in six yards of blood red chiffon.
That, ladies and gentlemen is the power of the saree, feminine India’s national attire. Read the rest of this entry