Tattoo Tales

Shruti Haasan

Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut has showcased her wild side not only in her sartorial sense but also in the tattoos she sports. While the tattoo on her nape looks like a sword with wings, the one on her ankle is a warrior angel.

Shruti Haasan

Kamal Haasan's elder daughter loves to do things differently. The actress has her name tattooed on her back in Tamil.

Priyanka Chopra

Everyone knows that Priyanka Chopra loves her father and the actress has now found a way to show it. Recently, the actress got a 'Daddy's li'l girl' tattoo on her wrist. She was spotted flaunting the tattoo on her arrival from Los Angeles, where she was working on her debut music album.

Deepika Padukone

When Deepika Padukone fell head-over-heels in love with Ranbir Kapoor, the actress did not shy away from professing it. She inked the nape of her neck with his initials. Two years back, the actress got another tattoo, that of an artistic anklet with her own initials, on the left ankle. In fact, last year, Deepika was also chosen as the 'tattoo queen' by the organisers of the first-ever tattoo convention in India because of the RK tattoo as well as the Dum Maaro Dum tattoo that she flaunted on her waist in the item number Mit jaaye ghum.

Sushmita Sen

Sushmita Sen was bitten so hard by the tattoo bug that the actress sports four tattoos on her body. Her right wrist has 'I Am','Temptation' is written on her right arm with the T shaped like a dagger and 'Soli deo glory' on her left wrist that means 'Glory to God alone' in Latin. The fouth, (ahem) the is in a place the actress would not like to reveal.

Esha Deol

Esha Deol sports two tattoos on her back. While her upper right shoulder has lines from the famous chant, Gayatri Mantra, she has tattooed the Hindu symbol, Om on the left. Esha claims to have got them done from Funky Monkey, a tattoo parlour at Bandra, Mumbai.


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