My arranged marriage won’t last a day: Bipasha Basu
She recently advised ex-lover John Abraham to tie the knot, but actor Bipasha Basu says that she doesn’t want anyone to make that decision for her, not even her parents. Bipasha recently made news when she remarked that John is old and should now marry.hollywood Updated: Feb 23, 2012 00:41 IST
She recently advised ex-lover John Abraham to tie the knot, but actor Bipasha Basu says that she doesn’t want anyone to make that decision for her, not even her parents. “My arranged marriage would only last a day. I can’t imagine anyone else making choices for me. My parents have never even tried doing that because they trust me and my choices completely,” the 33-year-old said on a recent visit to the Capital.
Bipasha recently made news when she remarked that John is old and should now marry. However, the actor says that there is no bad blood between them and she is open to sharing screen space with the actor. “If the script is good, I am open to working with him. I don’t believe in letting my past affect my future,” she said.
Currently busy with the promotion of her film Jodi Breakers that releases on Friday, Bipasha says that she is ecstatic with the response that Bipasha, the song named after her in the film, has garnered. “I love Bipasha. I am happy with the positive response it has got. Initially, I wasn’t very sure about the song as I am very protective about my name since it is so rare. But I am extremely happy with the outcome,” she beams.
Bipasha is also all praise for her co-stars in the film, especially legendary actor-dancer Helen. “She’s so energetic even at this age! I had a great time working with her.” Her other co-star, R Madhavan, too has a special place in her heart. “I think I am Maddy’s cheerleader. I love him and all I need are some pom poms to show my support,” she says.
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First Published: Feb 22, 2012 18:02 IST