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'Rumours killed my relation'

She has had a colourful personal life. But now, Celina Jaitley has learnt a lesson. Related story: Celina to be Hollywood bahu?

india Updated: Jun 29, 2006 18:51 IST

She has had a colourful personal life. But now, Celina Jaitley has learnt a lesson. She lets us take a sneak peak into her life.

You have had relations in the past with foreigners. What's the reason? Do you find them irresistible?
Geographical boundaries do not matter in love. Nationality of a person isn't an issue with me. If I fall in love with foreigners, what can I do? But I am an Indian from the core of my heart.

But you are also well versed with different cultures. Is this the reason why you feel at home with foreigners?
It's true that I have been to different parts of the world and I have been exposed to different traditions and cultures. Even my family members have settled in different areas of the world. I have travelled a lot and that's why boundaries don't affect me much.

Why did your relation turn sour with beloved Bill Cusak?
I learnt a lesson from this relation and that is 'never discuss private and personal issues like this with the media.' In fact, rumours killed our friendship. Bill and I used to be very good friends but it was speculated both in the media and in the industry as a love affair and that's why we had to snap our friendship. Now, I will keep my personal life very secret.

You lead Bollywood's bikini-brigade. What do you have to say about it?
I expose on certain terms. If I don't trust the director, I don't accept bold roles. Similarly, if the bikini and smooch do not justify the character and the situation, I will never do it. So looking at my conditions, it's obvious that I am game for exposure.