I will get married only when my films make money: Uday Chopra
“I have decided that the day my company (the Hollywood arm of the banner) makes a profit of one dollar, I will get married. Right now, my company is running losses,” Uday says.entertainment Updated: Jun 18, 2014 12:57 IST
In spite of being romantically linked, neither Nargis Fakhri nor
have admitted to being in a relationship. This despite holiday pictures of the duo being leaked earlier this year and Uday tweeting an image of him drinking from a coffee mug with Nargis’s photo on it.
“Everyone keeps linking me with Nargis, so I thought of doing something funny by putting her picture on a coffee mug and saying, ‘
ko jaanta hi nahi hoon
(I don’t know a Nargis Fakhri)’. It was just a joke,” says Uday.
When asked if they’re dating, the actor-producer remains evasive. “I won’t say anything. I don’t want to talk too much about it. We are friends, and will continue to be,” says Uday, who is now heading his family banner’s foray into international cinema.
Uday, whose older brother Aditya Chopra recently tied the knot with Rani Mukerji, isn’t in a hurry to follow in his sibling’s footsteps.
“I have decided that the day my company (the Hollywood arm of the banner) makes a profit of one dollar, I will get married. Right now, my company is running losses,” he says, adding, “I don’t want to talk too much about my personal life. I will only say that marriage is something that I am not thinking of in the immediate future unless, of course, (his banner’s film) Grace Of Monaco becomes a huge hit in America and makes tonnes of money, then yes, for sure.”