Housewife Ankita Gehlot's story is one that many a woman knows and lives.
“My husband is a bank manager and he travels a lot.
But as a woman, even I have some desires,” says the 38-year-old wife who has a Masters degree in English Literature.
And though she loves her 45-year-old husband, she cannot rely on him to satisfy her sexual needs.
The action has come to Mumbai, be it in the tree-lined Carmichael Road or amid the nouveau riches of New Mumbai.
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Most of his clients are married women, who have just one thing on their mind — sex without the strings of love, honour, et al.
Husbands who seem to take no interest in them, or spend months on end, away from home because of work; lack of libido due to stress, and so on force many a wife to look elsewhere.Mingle2 is full of hot Mumbai girls waiting to hear from you. MUMBAI: They may not be as hot or as well-maintained as Eva Longoria, Marcia Cross or Teri Hatcher, but when it comes to a good ol' roll in the hay — or in this case, the bed — with a man other than their husband, Mumbai's very own desperate housewives are not far behind.Even when he is at home, he continues to be in the same mood or pleads tiredness.I don't hold it against him because in the end he has the best interests of me and my children at heart.If Raj had to share notes with Vikram Batra, a pimp who operates in Colaba, they'd find plenty in common.Batra runs, what can loosely be called, an escort agency.It looks like variety is the spice of a Mumbai housewife's life. In fact, these Mrs Robinsons are more than happy to teach a college boy a thing or two about bedroom etiquette. His first sexual encounter was with his mum's friend — a 35-year-old 'aunty'. Nobody was there, and I was feeling a little awkward because I used to call her aunty,” he recalls. In fact, she told me that our society is hypocritical, and that there was no reason to feel guilty.After that, we would make love almost twice a week,” says Ankur.Numbering only 5,000 at the most and having borne the brunt of the partition of India, how did they hold together and carve such a strong niche for themselves in the Gulf* and in India?A surprising 19% of Thattai Bhatias were born in Bahrain!