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Most men prefer an average-looking, playful woman with a good sense of humor to a supermodel as a partner, a recent survey has found. According to the study, a good sense of humor was the first priority in a mate for men, followed by a fun-loving partner putting physical attractiveness down the list at ninth. According to the American Journal of Play study, women also look for someone who is fun and has a good sense of humor, but also believe a man with kindness and understanding is more important, the report said.
Entre Nous principal Rosalind Baker said fun was what most single people wanted at the start of any relationship. “When you first meet someone it’s only natural to want a bit of fun and get that spark first before looking for the long-term qualities,” she said. “Once they are aware of their long-term relationship needs, the other important characteristics kick in and fun slips down the list,” she added. Baker said honesty, trust, understanding, openness, respect, kindness, caring, warmth, loving and affectionate traits were things both men and women desire after the initial “fun stage.”
“Even though a man is seeking a woman who will be kind to his parents, be the perfect mother for his children, the ideal partner to support him in his career, the most wonderful hostess and world’s best housekeeper, he also wants a playmate – someone he can relax with and have fun. If he doesn’t get that in a woman, that’s when he’s most likely to find a playmate outside the relationship,” she said.
Source : MSN
Madras Cafe will not be released in the UK after protests.
The film stars John Abraham as an Indian Army Intelligence Agent sent to Sri Lanka to break a resolute rebel group. Viacom18 Motion Pictures and JA Entertainment released a statement saying: ‘We have made a realistic film without been frivolous and over sensationalising anything as we believe that the Indian audiences are now looking for credible and realistic cinema.
"We have told a story, it’s our right of creative expression, we have worked hard to make this film. We only urge people to see the film without being biased and judge it on its merit and not politicize a creative product.’ The scenes in London mirror similar protests by pro-Tamil groups in Canada and in Chennai, South India, where demonstrators called for the film to be banned. Earlier this week, the film was fully cleared for screening globally, as well as in India by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) .
The point of contention stems from claims by Tamil groups that the film portrays the LTTE as a terrorist organisation.