Mallika Sherawat is spread across 11 pages of the second issue of the world’s first 3D magazine. Published and photographed by celebrity lens-man Nick Saglimbeni, using a Salgimbeni 3D camera system, WMB3D: World’s Most Beautiful is a Los Angeles- based print magazine that can be viewed through 3D glasses and is also available on iTunes and Andriod Applications stores worldwide.
Mallika who is presently in Mumbai shooting for her Bollywood movie, Kismat Love Paisa Dilli (2011), a sequel to Sanjay Khanduri’s Ek Challis Ki Last Local (2007), is really kicked about her first 3D photo shoot.
“We shot in the middle of the desert. It was very rustic, hot and dusty. I was parched and completely dehydrated but I couldn’t even drink water because they didn’t want my stomach jutting out,” reminisces the actor.
Mallika is cast in the role of a mechanic, saddled with a car that has packed up, and hoping to get a lift back to civilization. She remembers feeling dirty and completely deglam while the pictures were being clicked.
“I was dressed in flannels and when thumbing down a ride, in a knotted top, shorts and killer high heels. My hair was mussed up, my nails grease streaked and filthy from tinkering around with dirty tools. The hair and make-up was very Americana. And then I viewed the pictures, and that includes a bonus digital gallery, through 3D glasses and they were delicious. I was right up there, surreal, sexy and stunning, I have never been more photographed more beautifully,” she raves.