You once said that you aren’t a fan of mar­riage. Is that still true?

Cosmopolitan (India) - - COSMO INTERVIEW -

5/02/2014 1:10 AM BY MA­SOOM R MI­NAWALA “You know, I’m just like any other girl and I do change my mind about things ( laughs) ! I think I’ve been very bit­ter about mar­riages. It’s not the mar­riage part that both­ers me, but how women are treated in this whole process, es­pe­cially in cer­tain parts of In­dia. I know that not ev­ery­one is ask­ing for dowry and beat­ing their wives, but it hap­pens. Love is a dif­fer­ent mat­ter. I don’t think that love is over­rated. But I am some­one who doesn’t be­lieve in just lov­ing that one per­son you have a phys­i­cal re­la­tion­ship with. As artists, love is some­thing we can’t live with­out. It’d be very un­for­tu­nate if love leaves an artist, so it’s very im­por­tant for us to be in love. The day I feel love­less, I know I’ll need to work on my­self. If you ask me for names of spe­cific men, I don’t have any!”

Lace top, Hemant & Nandita; satin

bustier (worn in­side) and pleated skirt with side slit, Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo; stud

em­bel­lished wedges, Chris­tian

Louboutin; stone en­crusted ear­rings, Cu­rio

Cot­tage

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