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Love comes first for Shilpa Shetty

Though Shilpa Shetty looks glamorous and sexy on the screen, but when it comes to her real life she has a different take on all these issues.

india Updated: Feb 24, 2006 16:46 IST

Looks and images are always deceptive. It comes true in case of Shilpa Shetty. Though she certainly looksglamorous and sexy on the screen,but when it comes to her real life she has a very different take on all these issues.

Traditionally yours
She is more social and traditional than one can really believe. Ask her about sex-for-fun and instantly comes the reply, “I am a non-believer of casual sex.

"I am very different in real life, which may not get reflected from the image I have in reel life. People might be having different kind of opinion about me but I am strictly of the view that no sex is enjoyable if emotional boding is missing. I don’t have sex with a person if I am not in love with him. For me love comes first and rest of other things come later. I am totally and Indian girl and I always carry my family values with me.”

Ask how she reacts to a handsome young man she says, “I never get attracted to a handsome face sexually unless I am in love with him. I have learnt it my own way," says the pretty lass.

First love
"I remember my first love affair which made me blind for everything except my boyfriend. But slowly I have grown so mature that today I don’t get impulsive on even great looks. I am very down to earth in my approach for sex and physical relations.

"You always remember your first love and then you always learn a lot from it also. It makes you mature and teaches you how to live life. Similar things have happened with me also," she reveals.

Sex is natural...
I still say that sex for fun is something which is an individual choice. But if I talk about me I think I am ready for it now because I have come a long way now from being an immature raw girl to a practical human being.”

First Published: Feb 23, 2006 16:14 IST