Thursday, December 30, 2010

Mugdha Godse sizzles in a white bikini

Mugdha Godse sizzles in a white bikini

Mugdha Godse white bikini photos

Mugdha Godse bikini photos

Mugdha Godse sexy bikini photos
Help will feature the model-turned-actress' first bikini appearance for a film

As she has been a part of the modelling and ramp show world, getting into a two-piece for Help was no big deal for Mugdha Godse. The actress has done some bare-dare scenes for the horror thriller that has Bobby Deol as her co-star. Incidentally, in her debut film Fashion, she featured in one scene walking the ramp in a two-piece, but there, her lower half was covered in a wrap-around. "I wasn't conscious about wearing a bikini as it was a script requirement. But I had to work really hard to keep my body in shape." Ashley Rebello has done the styling for the film. She settled for a plain white bikini instead of the fluorescent, colourful ones."
She adds, "What was tough for me to portray the two looks I have in the film -- at certain times it was glamorous while other times it had to be ghastly." Directed by Rajeev Virani, Help is slated for an August 13 release. "It's a Friday the 13th and considering its subject the makers wanted it to be out on that day, " points out Mugdha who was earlier seen in Jail and All The Best.With the current focus on models and loneliness after Viveka Babajee's suicide case, Mugdha who has been living alone in the city alone says, "What really helps is to be sorted out in your head. This can go a long way in surviving alone in the city. A lot of time women fall for the wrong man that leads to emotional upheavals. At the spur of the moment, once in a blue moon, things can go wrong. That's when you need to have a 4 am friend or a family member who you are close to who can knock sense into you. Your close pals should be able to see the sadness in your happy face. Living alone is tough as you have to do everything yourself. All this is a learning process that ultimately makes you stronger. This equips you to withstand the pressures that are part and parcel of our profession."

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