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Sushmita Sen undoubtedly has sass and wit. These 10 smartest replies to the silliest questions proves that she is indeed a beauty with brains.
“Why not? I am secure in my choice and in being so, I can respect and appreciate another’s choice, whatever it may be. After all, singles or doubles, we play to win. As for me let’s just say, ‘I am yet to meet that sire, who loves to play with fire.”
If there would be one word to describe Sushmita Sen then that would be ‘confident’. And ‘passionate’. And ‘inspiring’. And any other word that you would use to describe the feisty, witty, sassy diva. The former Miss Universe, actor and mother of two, Sushmita Sen has always broken away from the mould and chose to be a non-conformist in all her life’s decisions. She is an independent woman, who does not shy away from expressing her views on anything and everything.
Sushmita Sen is at her sassy best in the questions & answers session on Twitter. Undoubtedly she receives a lot of personal and uncomfortable questions, especially about her plans on ‘settling down‘. But the witty diva Sushmita Sen is, handles even the most uncomfortable and personal questions with grace, elan and poise.
Check out some of her wittiest tweets.
Sass queen? That’s Sushmita Sen for you! You go girl. More power to you.
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