Half-British and half-Indian, dark-haired beauty Aruna Shields rocked the show-biz world when she left her successful acting career behind to “meditate and study the mind,” as she claims on her personal website. She also says that, “in her spare time she enjoys silence, being in nature and loves all animals.” So. Anyway, before that, when she was splashing all over the big screen, she starred as lead character Maya in the Indian Bollywood action-thriller Prince; when it was released worldwide, she became the fastest rising star on Google India in 2010; the single from the movie, “Tere Liye,” which she sang in a duet with the male lead, became a huge hit with tens of millions of views on YouTube; and Aruna became a sex symbol singer who was a little badass because she did all her own motorbike bungee-jump stunts. She then went French, and naked, as a prehistoric woman in France’s Ao: The Last Hunter (2010), though her breasts were usually smeared with mud and sweat. But even before all that, the dishy diva let her promiscuity out to play as Saira in the UK soft-core sexcapade Private Moments (2005), along with most of her golden skin and at least one nipple peek. And still, a little before that, fans of Sacha Baron Cohen’s humor will recognize Aruna as the dream girl in Ali G Indahouse (2002). The actress’s last jobs as an actress were as Lolita in the Indian film Dhada (2011), as one of the ladies in ShantiTown’s music video for “Kismet” in 2012, and as part of cast of Goldfrapp: Tales of Us(2014), five stories based on songs from the music group’s album of the same name. After that, it was all about silence. And cuddling animals.