One passing glance at the inky black hair, sweet and deep chocolate eyes, and skin like burnished copper is enough to know that Sarita Choudhury is a truly exotic woman, but her looks are only half of it. Sarita's unique perspective and presentation must in part result from her unusual background--she was born half-Indian, half-English in London, raised in Jamaica, Mexico, and Italy and studied economics at Queens College in Ontario, Canada. Her first film role was as an Indian immigrant to the American South in Mississippi Masala (1992). Sarita, through long exposure to multi-culturalism, quickly picked up the American custom of allowing her breast to pop into focus during a naked love scene with her clenching co-star. Choudhury returned to her Indian roots as an object of sexual veneration in Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (1996). All the dark mystery and musky allure of the Indian continent are revealed. But why did the ancients of that land need to write a sex manual? One passing glance at the inky depths of cleavage, butt crack, and bush, and any half-attentive skinthusiast would know exactly what to do.