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Love actually

india Updated: Sep 08, 2006 16:36 IST
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'It must've been love but it's over now...' Walking out of a love relation has been painful for many jilted lovers in Bollywood but then that does not strike out the possibility of falling in love all over again?

Viveik Oberoi, who has gone through an emotional crisis after Aishwarya Rai ditched her, puts it this way: "How can I think of denying the most beautiful gift of God...that's love. Before I fell in love with Aishwarya, I was in deep love with someone for so many years. I lost her but then I again fell in love. I agree that break-ups are very distressing and they create a void in you but I believe that falling in love or felling special for someone is not in our hands. Everything is destined. So if I am destined to fall in love again, how can I stop myself from doing it?"

Diya Mirza too has a bitter experience to share. It was a tough time for Diya when she realized that the person (Bunty Walia) for whom she was ready to devote her whole life has ditched her for seductress Neha Dhupia! Even today

she feels the need for someone with whom she could share her thoughts and feelings. "When I come home, I feel that there has to be someone with whom I can share my feelings and needs of life. I really miss to be that special someone for a person. Love is such a wonderful feeling," quips Mirza.

On asking Amisha Patel, another young actress who has seen the ups and downs of a relation, she explains, "Love is a human need. You never plan to fall in love. You realize only when you are in love. This fact is totally indifferent from whether you have a bitter experience in love once or several times."

So, for all those beautiful people who have bitter experiences, let yourself free...you might fall in love again! Or like Viveik says "everything is destined."

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