Smita Patil dancing in rain with Amitabh Bachchan in the film Namak Halal.
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Sridevi sizzled in a wet blue sari in Mr India.
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Aishwarya Rai in a hot, wet look.
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Raveena Tandon'n Tip Tip Barsa song in Mohra.
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Mallika Sherawat in a wet sari in the film Khawaish.
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Priyanka Chopra looks hot in a wet sari.
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Kajol's wet sari look in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.
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Kangna Ranaut in Once Upon a Time in Mumbai.
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Katrina Kaif did a sizzling rain dance number in the film De Dana Dan.
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Kareena Kapoor looks hot in an orange sari in the film 3 Idiots.
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In Satyam Shivam Sundaram, Zeenat Aman emerged from the water in a wet white sari.
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In Ram Teri Ganga Maili, director Raj Kapoor featured debutante Mandakini under a waterfall in a wet sari that left little to the imagination. Censor Board officials objected but ultimately cleared the film.
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Shilpa Shirodkar didn't shy away from romancing Anil Kapoor under a waterfall in the song Krishna Krishna in Rakesh Roshan's film Kishen Kanhaiya.
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Shweta Tiwari is trying to give her sagging career a push by donning a wet and white sari in her upcoming film, Bin Bulaye Baarati. The outfit invariably generates sex appeal, and even more, she is flaunting her legs in what appears to be a mini sari of sorts, with the hemline ending way above her knees.
The wet and wild look is a sureshot eyecatcher and has been popularised in the past by several B-town heroines. Take a look!