Bollywood actors who smoke in real life
Spice and Smoke (Bollywood Confidential, #1) by Suleikha SnyderWhen the cameras stop rolling, the real scene begins.
To their adoring public, Avi Kumar and Trishna Chaudhury are Bollywood’s sweethearts. Behind closed doors, their open marriage lets them freely indulge in all manner of forbidden passions. The arrangement suits them both, but as they begin filming on the set of their new movie, the heat of new and rekindled flames singes the pages of what they thought would be a fresh script.
When costars Michael Gill and Harsh Mathur arrive on set, the sexual temperature goes up exponentially—at least for Trish. She can’t take her eyes of Harsh, for whom she’s carried a torch for years. Avi’s instant attraction to Michael, however, bounces off Michael’s solid wall of resistance.
Meanwhile, ex-boyfriends Vikram Malhotra and Sam Khanna, cast as fictional enemies, are finding it harder and harder to control the very real demons that once cost them the love of a lifetime.
Once the music starts, though, they all have no choice but to dance . And pray the fallout doesn’t ruin all their careers…and destroy their love.
Top 10 Bollywood Actors Who Are Chain Smokers in Real Life
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Bollywood actors have a fairly demanding day schedule. From swinging between shoots locations to changing get-ups every 2 hours, they tend to get frustrated. It is natural for these hardworking actors to resort to some measure to say goodbye to stress. Hence, begins the cycle of smoking a butt. They play roles of heroic actors, dance gurus, yoga trainers and eve glam models that have health and fitness at their core. But old habits die hard and same is the case with smoking.
Bollywood , the Hindi part of the Indian film industry , is the largest film producer in India, and one of the largest film production centres in the world. India currently has nearly million tobacco users,. Bollywood has a "long history of portraying heroes and villains with cigarettes or hand-rolled bidis dangling from their lips. Prior to the s, Bollywood portrayed smoking primarily as the vice of villains. The heroes portrayed in classic films were the "poor-but-proud" types. They rescued damsels in distress, performed heroic feats, and beat up gangs of bad guys single-handedly, but never did they risk their image by smoking on screen. However, the modern day heroes have brought a new tradition of "lighting up a cigarette while performing martial arts stunts.