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Bollywood's red-hot babes

Last updated on: October 6, 2009 13:22 IST

Image: Priyanka Chopra

Passionate, fiery and oh-so-sexy, red is a colour of tremendous appeal. And so from comic-book cutie Wendy-The Good Little Witch to fashion legend Valentino Garavani, everyone's besotted with this flamboyant shade of romance.

No wonder it enjoys such a hot presence in the world of fashion as well. Said to be the 'in' colour of this fall, the classic hue is back in vogue and how.

Just the time we thought, to take a look at the fashion-forward leading ladies of Bollywood in their red-hot avatars.

Priyanka Chopra

What's Your Raashee may have been too long to like but fans can never get enough of Priyanka Chopra's long-legged allure. This red, feather-friendly number accentuates just that.

Kareena Kapoor

Image: Kareena Kapoor
While everyone is still going ga-ga over her topless appearance on Kurbaan's poster snuggling up to beau Saif Ali Khan, Bebo looks every bit of a imp in this little red dress.

Dia Mirza

Image: Dia Mirza

The comely beauty hasn't had too many successes but she sure knows how to be a part of the buzz, thanks to a delectable wardrobe selection.

And if you thought she's cute on pastels and peach, check her out in this smokin' scarlet look.

Preity Zinta

Image: Preity Zinta

Just when you thought she's out, Preity Zinta knocks you out with a dishy item girl act in Main Aurr Mrs Khanna.

For once seeing red is not a bad thing at all.

Asin

Image: Asin

Taking a break from her loud, orangey pursuits in Miranda commercials, Asin slips into a flowing, cherry-red dress.

Thumbs up to that!

Deepika Padukone

Image: Deepika Padukone and Saif Ali Khan

With her bashful disposition and demure, dimpled smile, Deepika Padukone is quite easily a Lady in Red.

Bet the Chhote Nawab agrees.

Rani Mukerji

Image: Rani Mukerji
The box-office might not have sung Hadippa in her favour for the longest time but there's no denying Red and Rani go hand in hand.