Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Why Are Dusky Indian Women So Sexy! Why Earthy Complexion Bollywood Babes Look So Hot

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Every second Bollywood heroine is dusky or wheatish. There is something about the dusky/wheatish complexion which makes these lovely Bollywood divas mysterious and hot. There was an era when dark colored complexion in Bollywood, India was relegated to arty, parallel cinema which the likes of Smita Patil graced. Now dusky is definitely in with a bevy of earthy-complexioned or dusky looking actresses like Bipasha Basu, Kajol, Priyanka Chopra, Sameera Reddy, Lara Dutta, Mallaika Arora, Sonali Kulkarni, Raima Sen, Konkona Sen, Tanushree Dutta, Koena Mitra, Nandita Das, Jiah Khan, Geeta Basra and Deepika Padukone. All of these actresses look divinely sexy and beautiful at the same time with their clay complexion inducing the fertile imagination of every man.

To be fair(I don't mean the complexion) every color has its own individuality, sensuality and specialty. But there is something tangy, saucy and mysterious about a dusky complexion. It makes a woman look real, achievable and sensuous without looking unattainable and plastic. A dusky looking actress like Bipasha Basu or Sameera Reddy looks earthly and identifiable rather than ethereal or angelic. They have a certain "I am a woman not an artifact" quality which exudes through their dusky complexion, making them stand out in all fairness (there I go again try to be punny!)

To an extent, dusky complexion has its own strengths, giving a mysterious and sensuous aura to the personality. Bipasha Basu has been crowned the sexiest woman of Asia for 2005 and 2007 while Priyanka Chopra received the title for 2006. This speaks volumes about how these women are comfortable with their skin. For once, we can be assured and pray that these divas do not endorse fairness cream ads!

The Sexiest and Most Popular Women in Comics

When we think of comic book protagonists we usually imagine large, buffed up men with unreal abilities and even flashier names. Everyone from Superman to Ant Man to the Green Lantern have fascinated comic book readers ever since the first issues of their respective series came out. So from there comes the stereotype and widespread opinion that the comic book is definitely a man's world. And they may not be completely unjustified when they say that due to the extremely high concentration of male heroes and superheroes in comic books and graphic novels today.

But does that mean that women, in particular superheroines are left out of the limelight? Definitely not! There are countless of women heroines in comic books today who can kick the butts of their male counterparts and still have enough for seconds. These are a few women who have been making the days of comic fanboys (and girls!) for the past decades:

* Vampirella: Probably the skimpiest dressed vampire in comics, which is quite a feat in itself, Vampirella is a citizen of the planet Drakulon where all the inhabitants are called Vampiri. She found her way to Earth in an effort to save her dying planet but eventually became enlightened to the side of good, eventually fighting crime. She has all the advantages of being a vampire, including superhuman strength and speed, the ability to change her shape and to hypnotize people with her stare.

* Rogue: Like all mutants in the Marvel universe, Rogue is one of those who view her powers with disdain as it literally prevents her from having normal relations with anyone, human or mutant alike. It allows her to absorb the strength, memories and superpowers of those she touches with her bare skin, making it hard for anyone to give her love or tenderness. In spite of this, Rogue remains a fun and daring person with a lot of heart in the face of trials.

* Wonderwoman: One of the most iconic superheroines of all time, it wouldn't be a long shot if you discovered your parents grew up with Wonderwoman around since she has already been in comic existence since the 1940s. This Amazon is seen by many as the female equivalent of Superman, but has grown to be much, much bigger than that.

* The Phoenix: Before the immense and unnatural power and personality of The Phoenix was awakened inside of her, Jean Grey was already a powerful psychic and telepath in the X-Men. But when her powers awakened, she would become one of the most powerful characters in the Marvel Universe. This power however would lead her to lose her mind, making her devour entire planets until the X-Men somehow discovered a way to weaken her.