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'Holidays are for romance'

india Updated: Jul 01, 2006 17:19 IST

Don't you get up on Sundays with a feeling of complete freedom from the mundane routine? It's not only you but even the busiest people from Bollywood have booked their Sundays for relaxation and hanging out with loved ones.

To some of the hot stars Sundays give a high, to others an opportunity to meet their beloved. Among most demanding actresses, Priety Zinta feels that Sundays are for doing anything she pleases to. "Sundays are very special for me. In fact since childhood, Sundays have carried a special meaning for me. It's a day for complete joy and freedom. I get up as late as I want, spend as much time as I can with my dogs and just faff around to enjoy every bit of the day.

When I have to work on a Sunday, I feel being overworked and sometimes I even get depressed, so I want to keep my Sundays free from all assignments, works and dealings. From Friday onwards, I star postponing everything for Monday, so that I keep my Sunday for myself only," explains Preity.

Though glam doll Tanushree Dutta wants to shoot for the whole week, she makes sure that she has kept her Sunday free for watching movies. She says, "I want to relax as much as I can and the best way to do that is to watch good movies and listen to good songs. I have my collection of movies and I keep adding new films to it. I watch a film every Sunday. Being single, I find lots of time to do these activities on Sunday."

For Ayesha Takia, who is madly in love with her boyfriend, Sundays are harbinger of romantic feelings for her, as she loves to spend time with her boyfriend and other relatives. "I keep my Sundays and other holidays for my boyfriend, relatives and other friends because due to hectic work schedule I hardly get time during the week to talk to these people to my heart's content. For me, holidays are for romance," explains Takia.