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Chocolate Day: TV actors describe their idea of love, in chocolate lingo

On the third day of Valentine’s week, which is celebrated as Chocolate Day, we try to understand the parallels between chocolates and love. Do you like it sweet and creamy or crunchy or are you in for the dark ones?

tv Updated: Feb 09, 2017 11:25 IST
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Hindustan Times
Chocolate Day

TV actors Debina Bonnerjee, Sara Khan and Anuj Sachdeva, among others, tell us what is similar between chocolates and love.

Everyone loves a chocolate and they say it’s good for our heart. It’s even better if a sweetheart wants to gift a chocolate.

So on the third day of Valentine’s week, which is celebrated as Chocolate Day, we try to understand the parallels between chocolates and love. Do you like it sweet and creamy or crunchy or are you in for the dark ones?

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We asked some television actors to answer those questions and the answers are yummy.

Debina Bonnerjee

My husband is so soft like Dairy Milk, he is so silky like Cadbury milk and lovely like my sweetheart. I searched many shops to buy the best chocolate for me. But I didn’t find any chocolate sweeter than him and his smile.

Akashdeep Saigal

Relationship need to be yummy enough like chocolates. Dark chocolates are good for healthy brain. Similarly, relationship should be healthy for brain and not irritating. I love eating bar of chocolates every day. When you are stressed out eat desserts ie ice-creams, cake, cookies or anything chocolatey or sweet as stressed itself spelled backwards is DESSERTS.

Sara Khan

Chocolate is sweet and any relationship needs sweetness to last a lifetime. And, the best part is that some chocolates are bittersweet and just as life is! It can’t be hunky dory all the time. So guys, if you love someone just take a big bar of his/her favourite chocolate and propose. I am sure they will melt and agree. I am waiting for my Mr Right with my favourite chocolates in his hand.

Anuj Sachdeva

To enjoy a chocolatey relationship, we need to add half percentage of milk and dark chocolate with lots of crunch and richness of almonds and hazelnut, make it stand the test of time by being flexible in your approach just like caramel, melt the time you shower love, being a protective Oreo layer to comfort your partner. No matter how difficult it seems, always sprinkle your relationship with loads of colour like M&M does.

Mahika Sharma

I feel there is nothing better than a friend unless it is a friend with chocolate. As they say, love is like a chewing gum, it tastes good only in the beginning! But friendship is like chocolate, it tastes till it ends! And cheers, I have all kind of friends in group: Milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white chocolate and chocolate ice cream.

Paras Madaan

Relationship is like a sweet treasure of chocolates. It could be nutty, sweet, bitter, crunchy, soft or just ready to melt. You never know what surprises are there in store for you. Most importantly, it leaves a beautiful smile on one’s face and awesome contentment in one’s heart. Life without chocolates is nothing! Chocolates are one of the best ways to show your love to your dear ones.

Veer Aryan

I am a sugar addict and my relationship with chocolate is complicated. I love it so much that it eventually takes over my mind and then I regret having it so much. In others words, it can also be termed as a love and hate relationship. Similarly for relationships, I am addicted to the taste of emotions, care, pamper and romance.

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