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No married men for Esha

Esha Deol's Ankahee has taught her never to fall for a married man.

india Updated: Apr 18, 2006 16:54 IST

Indian actress Esha Deol says her new movie


showed her the perils of falling in love with a married man.

Her advice for any woman in that position was to get out and find someone else. She said it was a disturbing experience for her to play a beauty queen who falls in love with a doctor who already has a wife and child. The movie is set for release next month.

"Being the other woman is a very unhappy situation to be in and I wouldn't want to be in that situation ever," Deol said adding she'd like to tell women, "Don't go for second best." She said she was emotionally drained after tense scenes on the sets where she would need to scream and become hysterical.

After her performance in forthcoming film Ankahee, Esha is determined to never fall in love with a married man

Deol said her character doesn't care what the world thinks of her and doesn't bother about the doctor's family.

Deol has acted in more than 15 Indian movies, her most recent blockbusters were Dhoom and Yuva.

First Published: Apr 18, 2006 16:54 IST