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Rangeela Sarkar

india Updated: Feb 17, 2007 16:50 IST
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His experiments with love in films and alleged romantic relations with actresses have always been the talk of the film industry.

There has always been a curiosity to know about the ace director Ram Gopal Varma’s take on love, women and sex.

The Sarkar of Bollywood shares some of the intimate love secrets of his life with HTTabloid.

Rangeela Ramu makes no bones in admitting that love has come

not one or two but many times in his life. “I have loved, loved and loved women. From my school time to college days to professional life, I needed love at every stage.”

He adds, “My love interests ranged from pretty lasses to sexy female labourers. I loved them all.”

His eternal saga of love is not expected to end, as for Ramu, age is just a number and that is the reason why he still feels young at heart. Says he boldly: “I am still young and that’s why women like me as much as I like them.”

Is that his understanding or rather experience of love that reflects in his films? “Love is the most beautiful emotion. I have loved my actresses because without loving them, I couldn’t have visualized their roles.

What according to him is the ideal visualization of love? “I don’t have any hesitation to say that the best place where a woman looks excellent is on bed.”

So, did he fall in love with Jiah Khan who played a young girl in love with an old man in Nishabd? He is quick to reply, “Without falling in love with her, it wouldn’t have been possible for me to give life to her character. I must feel the emotions before I portray them on screen. And falling in love is a part of my professional work. The more it happens naturally the more life I can bring to my work.” 

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