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From break-ups to blockbusters,Priyanka Chopra’s face seems to be everywhere...

June 19, 2009 1:18:59 am

From break-ups to blockbusters,Priyanka Chopra’s face seems to be everywhere. Now she’s making waves with her sizzling appearance in the Lux advert where she is seen dancing to Sandip Soparrkar’s steps. Due to its success,the advertisement is to be replicated for the audiences of the South East Asian countries in the beautiful settings of Jodhpur. Only this time it will star the stunning Thai actress,Sririta Jensen. The jury is still out on whether she can work the same magic as Priyanka.

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During a shoot in Mauritius,this swashbuckling stud jumped from a height of 50 feet without any cable or wires. Well ladies,here’s a real rough-and-tough hunk who might be ripe for the plucking. Just keep him away from your balconies.

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First published on: 19-06-2009 at 01:18:59 am

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