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I am single and looking for love: Neha Sharma

Actors Neha Sharma and Vivek Oberoi share their notes on love on Valentines’ Day. Actor Neha Sharma is single but looking forward to meeting some nice guys in the city.

bollywood Updated: Feb 14, 2013 02:15 IST
Chetna Dua

Actor Neha Sharma is single but looking forward to meeting some nice guys in the city.

“I am not dating anybody. I have openly declared that I am single. Hopefully some nice young guys will approach me after knowing my status,” says the 25-year-old.

Her idea of a dream date?

“I would love to date an honest guy who does not cheat and loves me unconditionally,” she says dreamily.

So, has the actor made any plans on how to search for her Mr Perfect?

“No. I believe that love can happen anywhere, anytime,” says the actor, who was in town to promote her new film, Jayantabhai Ki Luv Story. “The film takes the phrase Love thy Neighbour to another level,” she jokes about her character, who falls in love with the goon of her neighbourhood.
A self-confessed romantic, Sharma says she loves receiving gifts from the special people in her life. “I do love to give and receive gifts, on Valentine’s Day or any other day. But the gift need not be big. Even a shell from the sea shore given with love is valuable,” she says.

What’s the most romantic thing someone has done for her?

Once, a guy surprised me with an elaborate Italian meal he’d cooked himself. It was truly a labour of love,” she says blushing.

So what are her plans for today?

“I’ll be spending the day with my sister. We’ll go shopping, watch a movie and have dinner together.”

I am more romantic than my wife: Vivek Oberoi
After three years of marriage, actor Vivek Oberoi still claims to be a die-hard romantic at heart. “The birth of my son has added a new magic to our relationship. We shared lovely moments like going for a three-week Baby-moon to Bali when Priyanka was six months pregnant,’ gushes the 36-year-old.

In the Capital to promote his film, Jayantabhai Ki Luv Story, the proud papa can’t wait to get back to his baby. “I can do anything to spend a few hours with him. Even if it means flying across cities for a day,” he says. The actor is planning to take time off from film promotions to fly back to Bangalore and spend a few hours with his wife and son today. “When you truly love someone the way we do, every day is Valentine’s Day, but the birth of our son has made it magical.” And, it seems that Vivek is adapting to his new role quickly. “I was in the birthing room when my son was born. I cut the umbilical cord. In that moment when I held him in my arms, I felt he owned me. I felt like the strongest and weakest person on earth.”

The actor insists that he’s made a conscious effort to share the journey with his wife. “When Priyanka got pregnant, it was a conscious decision that we were pregnant. The journey has brought us much closer to each other.”

So who’s more romantic of the two?

“I am more romantic than her. I love surprising her with new things like a love note on the mirror when she wakes up, or a simple candle light dinner on our rooftop. She is the more practical one,” he says, adding, “But the confidence she gives me by just being there and holding my hand is amazing.”