Love, sex not enough for sirens!
Glam hotties crave for more. They tell you what can make affairs last long. Read on to find out more!india Updated: Mar 08, 2006 18:20 IST
Now, love and sex is just not enough for relations to click. Lovers crave for more. So, what is it that can make affairs last long? Lie to your lover by making false promises! Well, don't be surprised. Our celeb set believes that lying with incredible claims make relations tick at times if not always.
Women, riding high on the ladder of success, are swayed away when their lover promises them of moons and stars.
May sound clichéd but women are prone to such false promises in real life. Priyanka Chopra, the hot and happening girl of the film industry, says, "I crave for sugar coated words. I would want my man to claim that he can bring the whole world at my feet. I know it's something childish to talk about but when someone says that to me I am on cloud nine. I know I am living in a real world and always have decisions coming from my head but I always have a desire for an incredible word from someone with firm belief in his eyes that assures me about his ability to do what he promises. And that gives me a kick."
Ask her how many have already made such promises to her and she quips, "I am yet to get someone who with convincing eyes can make me believe that he can catch the stars for me."And it's not just Priyanka, there are others who feel that promises may not change the world but still it gives a brief high. Ayesha Takia says, "When your man promises you something big, despite the fact that you know it's not possible, you enjoy it because it reflects his love for you. It shows his concern, his devotion and his urge of doing something for his sweetheart, which is impossible."
Dare bare actress Mona Lisa says, "I think men make tall claims just to grab a girl's attention. Even in my life I have men who make lot of promises of doing something incredible for me. It sounds unrealistic but when someone does it with sincerity and confidence, you feel special despite knowing the fact that it's impossible."