Flirting with “Sehari Babus” is every village gals dream… but when it comes to Bollywood… the village ballas are supposed to follow a special code of conduct. Check out Bollywood’s most desi babes over the years.
1. Sonakshi Sinha
The daring pot selling Rajo awed her audience with her dialogue “thapad se darr nahi lagta, pyaar se lagta hai” in Dabang.
2. Reema sen
The Womaniya of Gangs of Wasseypur turned on the heat while playing the love interest of lascivious Manoj Bajpaiyee. Playing village balla definitely worked for Reema who had made her debut in “Hum Ho Gaye Apke”.
3. Vidya Balan
Shrewd and sly, Vidya fascinated both her admirers (Arshad Warsi, Naseeruddin Shah) and her audience with her smooth behaviour and velvety voice in Isqiya.
4. Aishwarya Rai
What goes on when a village gal is placed in a fast paced, crazy city because of her husband’s ambitious, impatient distortion… find out in Mani Ratnam’s Guru.
5. Ayesha Takia
A little young, innocent widow longing for love and friendship, ties a bond of friendship with a city gal (Gul) who reveals the cause for her husband’s demise in Nagesh Kukunoor’s Dor.
6. Rani Mukherji
What happens when a romantic ghost takes place of her boring husband who is busy making money all the time! Rani plays a role of a Rajasthani gal who is married to a disinterested husband.
7. Gracy Singh
Fun loving, jealous and nagging Gracy possesses all the qualities of a village girlfriend in the Oscar nominated movie Lagan.
The best preserved memory of the Indian cinema is a transparent sari worn by Mandakini under a waterfall in “Ram Teri Ganga Maili”.
9. Zeenat Aman
Who can forget the partially disfigured face with a curvaceous figure in low waist saris and deep neck blouses of Zeenat in “Satyam Shivam Sundaram”?
10. Hema Malini
The much loveable “tange-waali” Hema is one of the unforgettable characters of Sholey in the history of Indian cinema.