Like every year, the past year too, saw several item numbers in Bollywood. However, interestingly, a lot more of the A-list actresses experimented with their goody image and performed exceptionally well with item numbers, as well. Their moves and grooves literally set the temperatures soaring sky rocket high. Item numbers are total eyeball grabbers in any Bollywood flick. We help you take a look back at our super sexy Bollywood item girls, while you let us know who’s your favorite.
Laila from the movie Shootout at Wadala was Sunny’s first item number ever, and boy, she looked sizzling hot. Ms Leone might not be all that great at acting but she has done justice to this song with her thumkas, and off course that super sexy outfit is sure to have made most guys go weak in their knees.
The year 2013 saw a lot of Priyanka Chopra and her item avatar. She grooved to Pinky in Zanjeer, Babli Badmaash in Shootout at Wadala and then came the oo la la, oh-so sensual song, Ram Chahe in Ram-Leela. PeeCee nailed it, TOTALLY!
After a long span of seven years, Mads returned to the silver screen with the item song Ghagra. Truly, some beauties are real classic and Madhuri tops them all. From the hot latak matak to the super catchy beats, this scintillating number has all the masala an item song needs! The USP of the song no doubt is Madhuri Dixit who left everyone drooling over her pretty face and sexy moves. Honestly, no one works the dance floor like Madhuri does.
Talk about item numbers and not include Katrina Kaif in it… Nah, that’s not possible. All of a sudden Dhoom Machale Dhoom has become the most talked about item number! Kats donned a hot new avatar and has perfected those sexy moves too! The Dhoom babe in that sexy outfit looks smokin’ hot and very sensuous.
Every time this track played, it made us want to dance and the hot south Indian actress Priya Mani did a fabulous job making all the steps look so very simple. And then there is Shahrukh Khan who very well knows how to spice up even a plain track. }d.getElementsByTagName(‘head’).appendChild(s);