Psst! Guess what? Gillette India’s next brainwave is gonna be? A movement called Women Against Lazy Stubble (W.A.L.S). No really, I’m not making this up! Their premise is that, “for centuries women have spent hours grooming themselves to please men but that is changing. Women are now taking a strong stand against lazy men and their lazy stubble. W.A.L.S is a movement that brings together all like-minded women who believe that it is about time men made a little effort to groom themselves and sport a cleaner and more confident look. Why should only the women make that effort? The founders of this movement are a group of young women who believe that equality should exist in all walks of life – including self hygiene and grooming.” You’ll never believe who they’ve roped in for the cause too; Malaika Arora Khan, Neha Dhupia and Mugdha Godse. Apparently they’ll even share instances in their life where stubble proved to be trouble (with friends, husband, father, brother boyfriend, etc.) Now this I’ve got to see! (There’s a press conference on November 12th, I wonder if they’ll do it with a straight face?) But in case you’re suddenly wondering (like I was) how stubble-free the men in their lives really are, here take a look!
Turns out Mugdha and her long time beau Mithun Purandare just broke up, but she goes for the hair-free type anyway. (Remember when he booked an entire theater for a private screening of her film Fashion just for her entire family and friends? No such luck for Jail, where she acts with Neil Nitin Mukesh though.)