By Anil Kumar, Showbiz Bites Staff Writer
Sara Loren Maxim photoshoot is what has been making the bigger rounds of the media and the web. Pakistani actress turned Bollywood actress, Sara (whose was previously known as Mona Lizza) has shot for the men’s magazine Maxim. Loren has been featured as the magazine’s cover girl for February 2014 issue. Sara Loren made her Bollywood debut with Kajraare opposite Himesh Reshaammiya that bombed at the box office. But her next venture Murder 3 opposite Randeep Hooda worked great at the box office.
Sara has signed more other projects in Bollywood and after this hot photoshoot for Maxim, she has become the central attention and attraction. Sara Loren Maxim photoshoot has spread like wildfire and people have been turning up on the web to see her hottest pictures.
Sara sizzles in this hottest shoot wearing the two-piece (bikini) designed by Marks & Spencer along with other renowned brands’ accessories. Well, after seeing Sara Loren Maxim photoshoot, Veena Malik comes into mind. Sara too seems to be walking on the lines of Veena Malik to get the big limelight and more and more Bollywood projects. Well, this is surely a shortcut and an easy way to hog the limelight and in return more ventures in hands. But she should think that Veena could not make any mark or get any bigger projects even with the boldest photoshoots and other bolder acts. Thus, instead of going for bolder photoshoots and heavy skin show, Sara Loren has to focus on acting, as this is what takes you to get more projects and this helps in surviving in film industry. Hope, she takes this advice seriously. Also read other stories on the website such as Yevadu 27th day box office collections, Jilla 30th day box office collections, Veeram 30th day box office collections, Heartless 1st day box office collections, Hasee Toh Phasee 1st day box office collections, Babloo Happy Hai 1st day box office collections, 1 Nenokkadine 30th day box office collections and Jai Ho 15th day box office collections. Images Courtesy: Maxim, India