Bips says that John had worked on his body for three whole months and that made his “great body” even better. “Each and every muscle of his body was so sharp that it appeared effortless.” The stylish Bips said she has never had to give John any suggestions on clothes and style because “everything looks good on him.”
“John is genetically gifted to have a body frame like that. Besides both of us have been models at some point in time and we are pretty comfortable with our bodies. He is doing well for himself in terms of looking good."
The beautiful actress, who is busy shooting the terror thriller Lamhaa, has been offered a whopping Rs1.5 crore to set the stage on fire this New Year’s Eve at the Sahara Star Hotel in Mumbai. This is a steep jump from the Rs 90 lakh (approx) that the actress demanded for her dance to Beedi Jalai Le at the JW Marriott in Mumbai, last year.
As of now, though, things are a bit dicey in light of 26/11. “I would not like to comment at this point in time, as the picture is not yet clear whether I will be performing or not. Maybe in a week’s time I would be able to give a final word on the same,” she said.
For now the actress is enjoying adding a new skill to her CV designing. With John doing so well with his clothing range, Bips too is trying her hand at fashion.
She’s rolled out a range of fitness gear for Reebok. Bipasha said her target audience for the range is young people who like to look stylish even when working out. “One should look very feminine and womanly while working out.”
The actress says her personal fashion style is more of a mix and match: “Expensive brands and street fashion are more my choice. It has never been about being branded from tip to toe.”
The shooting of her latest movie Lamhaa, was stalled due to security threats in Kashmir and Bips came under criticism from fans online. She says they’ve now made a set of Srinagar in Mumbai that looks “very authentic”. But Bipasha recently agreed to return to Kashmir to continue filming.
“We are looking forward to shooting a couple of scenes in Kashmir soon. This time we plan to go to areas that are calmer, where we can shoot peacefully. The earlier trip was a little haphazard, as we never thought we would be surrounded with so many people. I am just hoping that things are better while shooting there this time."