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'What's virginity?'

Want to know what does Sushmita Sen think of it? Read on...

entertainment Updated: Oct 06, 2006 10:49 IST

More than her acting skills, Sushmita Sen is becoming popular for getting intimate with married men! In a chat with, she talks about her relationship with current flame Manav Menon, virginity and much more.

You have chosen to remain silent about your latest boyfriend Manav Menon. But why does it happen that you often fall in love with married men?
I am not alone to be blamed for any relationship. Relationship is something that needs consent from both sides. I can't go to a boy, ask him whether he is married or not and then think of a relationship with him. Love is always blind to religion, caste, creed and marital status of a person.

After all these affairs with married men, you must have learnt the art of keeping a man happy after marriage. Isn't it?
Look if a marriage falls apart, it's because of fading interest by one or both the partners for each other. As long as you maintain a strong bond, other women can't disturb your married life. But if a man is on the look out for some other woman, how can you blame the first woman?

So, any idea when will Manav get divorced and when you will get married to him?
This is something highly personal. I won't say anything regarding that.

Don't you feel difficult to get into a relationship with a virgin boy because of your image of a woman who has always enticed married men?
Virginity has lost its meaning today. And it's true for a man as well as a woman. No one investigates whether a woman or a man is virgin or not before getting into a relationship.
Everyone knows that sex is an experience of life. When I am in love, I am in love and when I am not I am not. It's as simple as that. Media has given this image to me but industry and people who are my friends, colleagues and co-stars know me very well.

First Published: Oct 05, 2006 17:20 IST