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'She's just a devil woman. With evil on her mind. Beware the devil woman. She's gonna get you from behind,' warns legendary singer Cliff Richard in the worldwide chart topper.
He could well be describing the seductive sirens on celluloid and how their irresistible spells are smooth schemes to draw and defeat the unsuspecting hero.
Following that tradition, Kangna Ranaut is making heads turn with her devilish make-up and tight-fitting bodysuit to play Kaya, a deceiving mutant out to bait Hrithik Roshan's superhero in Rakesh Roshan's hugely-hyped Krrish 3.
Like her, hate her, you simply cannot ignore the virulent vixens of Bollywood.
Take a look at the Bollywood's HOTTEST femme fatales.
Ambition gets the better of Bipasha Basu after she agrees to engage in witchcraft in order to retrieve her numero uno status in the film industry.
From wreaking havoc on her rival's (Esha Gupta) psychology to seducing a reluctant filmmaker into becoming her accomplice, Bips in Raaz 3 is unapologetically dark and deadly.
The Race franchise is all about relentless twists and turns.
And Jacquline Fernandez's sassy, sexy turn as the mastermind's arm candy packs in enough deception and smarts to keep the charade going.
When the first Race came out, nobody expected the doe-eyed Katrina Kaif to be the face of treachery.
In Vishal Bhardwaj's adaptation of Ruskin Bond's Sussana's Seven Husbands, a striking Priyanka Chopra finds reason after reason after reason to kill her significant other/s in the most dramatic, creative manner.
"Yeh neeli aankhen marvayengi," foretells a smitten Akshay Kumar in the cop drama, Khakee.
If only he knew Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is not some innocent damsel he's taken the bullet for but an equally dangerous ally of a deranged terrorist.
Ishqiya explores the intriguing space between black and white.
Using sex like a weapon and motivated by undue neglect, Mahie Gill's enigmatic Biwi is more deadly than drunk.
Konkona Sen Sharma's brilliance shines even when she's terrorising the daylights out of a little boy in the underwhelming horror, Ek Thi Daayan.
And then face the nasal wrath of his reincarnated avatar as Himmesh Reshammiya.
Tabu essays the complex character of a woman who prods her lover to kill her husband in the desi version of Macbeth.
It takes a talent of her scale to express the fine fibres of guilt in one of the most memorable films of her career.
Betrayal isn't a trait one associates with the vibrant Kareena Kapoor on or off screen.
And so it came as quite a shock for fans to see their playful heroine in the role of a conniving minx who plots against (then boyfriend) Shahid Kapur with partner in crime and more, Fardeen Khan.
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