Hotties in search of Mr Right
Calling all Bollywood men! Hottest glam girls confess that when it comes to love, they prefer looking for someone outside the industry.india Updated: Jan 27, 2006 18:18 IST
Calling all Bollywood men! Glam girls have no hassles doing steamy scenes on-screen but they don't want their Mr. Right to be from the film industry.
So, why is it that when it comes to indulging in intimate relationships, Bollywood hotties prefer looking for love outside? Bollywood bombshells tell you why.
Sultry siren Koena Mitra, who has earlier experienced sour relations with some industry men, says, "Though at present I am single, I have been into many relations in the past. But if you ask me whom I would prefer to make love with, then definitely, it has to be someone outside Bollywood. At least I want my partner to talk something other than parties, events, scripts, films locations and shoots. After a day's hard work, one needs to break free. I don't want to discuss the same issues that I face the whole day. So, for me I would prefer a man who is honest, intelligent and does not belong to filmdom."
It's not only Koena, who feels love in Bollywood is not possible, but buxom beauty Ayesha Takia also endorses Mitra's view."It's true that my boyfriend is not from the industry. I am very serious about him and I can only say that I just fell in love with him. I demand my man to give me attention that is not possible with actors. Maybe, men in Bollywood men are not lovable or I didn't find anyone worth falling in love with," says Takia.
Actresses like Urmila Matondkar and Amrita have also expressed their desire, in other interviews, to have someone out of the industry. But what's the reason?
Kissing champ, Emraan Hashmi, who has a girl friend outside the industry, rightly sums up the reason when he says, "No girl would like her boyfriend to romance other women and be in their arms. And similar is the case with men also. This could be reason why industry feels reel romance cannot be the same as real romance."
First Published: Jan 27, 2006 18:18 IST