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Mallika's bizarre gift option: Silk blindfold, ostrich feather

If Mallika Sherawat ever had to give a crazy gift to someone, the actress will choose a silk blindfold and an ostrich feather.

Published: 22nd October 2013 10:28 PM  |   Last Updated: 22nd October 2013 10:32 PM   |  A+A-

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By IANS

If Mallika Sherawat ever had to give a crazy gift to someone, the actress will choose a silk blindfold and an ostrich feather.

She confessed it on a web exclusive video to promote her ongoing reality show "The Bachelorette India - Mere Khayalon Ki Mallika", which airs on Life OK.

"The kinkiest gift I will give someone is a silk blindfold and an ostrich feather," she said in the video posted on YouTube.

"The kinkiest gift that I have received is a pair of leather underwear. It was not given to me by a guy, but from a company who made it as a sample, presented me that," she said.

The "Pyaar Ke Side Effects" star is in search of her soulmate through the reality show which is based on the international format of "The Bachelore".

When she was asked to name her ideal hot hero, the actress promptly said: "Ideal hot hero according to me is Hrithik Roshan. He has got perfect looks, perfect figure, and a fit body. He is a great dancer and he is romantic too."

Mallika had featured with action superstar Jackie Chan in the 2006 Hong Kong martial arts-fantasy-adventure film "The Myth". Asked if she would like to marry Jackie Chan, she replied: "Of course. In a second."

"He is very witty, he is humorous, and he is respectful towards women. The only thing bad about Jackie is his bad English grammar," she said.

The promotional web videos are posted every alternate day on videosharing website YouTube so that the viewers can get to know Mallika.

"The Bachelorette India - Mere Khayalon Ki Mallika", which went on air Oct 7, currently features 10 participants, who are trying to woo the actress.



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