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'I hate size-zero women'

entertainment Updated: Aug 27, 2009 18:56 IST
Jayeeta Mazumder

Randeep Hooda works out while he reveals his love for women, horses and chocolates

Hello Mr Casanova, what’s it like to date seven women in Love Khichdi?
(Laughs) That’s only for the screen. In real life, my horses, films and theatre leave me with little time for one woman, forget seven.

What? You don’t like women?
I do. I’ve been seeing women since I was 15. But right now, my heart belongs to my 600 kg stallions. There’s no place for anyone else.

Are women drawn to a hot bod or a beautiful mind?
They are attracted to a Prince Charming, someone who makes them feel good. A six-pack might help but it comes well below the ability to crack jokes.

You like size-zero women?
I hate them; it’s unhealthy and unattractive. It’s ooh, aah, ouch! Who wants to go to bed with a rubber doll?

How important is it for you to be in shape?
As a star, one has to look good. But if I wasn’t into movies, a six-pack or eight pack wouldn’t matter. I like to think of myself as an actor, so for Rang Rasiya, I put on weight while for Love Khichdi I lost some kilos. I find overly developed bodies ugly! A good body is not a criterion for success; you need talent.

How many hours of workout do you put in?
At the most, 25 minutes in one go. My workout is riding my five horses; it’s the best cardiovascular exercise. I play a lot of polo.

What’s your regular diet like?
I drink milk everyday. I’m a Jat boy and love milk, butter and dahi. And plenty of eggs, chicken, vada pav and chocolate syrup. I can down a bottle in one go. I drank up a whole bottle of Hershey’s last night. I have a sweet tooth and had it not been for my genes, I’d have been really fat. Thank God, I don’t need to starve myself, it’s easy for me to lose and gain weight.

Do you smoke?
Earlier, I used to be a chain smoker, now I’m an earring smoker!

A superhero you’d like to play?
Who-da-Man!

Rapid Fire

Workout or make out?
Make out

Love or lust?
Confused

The one thing you can cook?
Pasta

The way to your stomach?
Chocolate

The way to your heart?
Through my head

1 steady or 7 unsteadies?
7 unsteadies

Love or khichdi?
Khichdi cooked with love

The best kisser in town?
Randeep Hooda

Best Playboy Bunny?
Anyone who’s not size zero

Horsing around is..
Winning medals

Dream date?
I don’t dream, I date.