Priyanka Cho­pra ex­plains why she has not con­sid­ered mar­ry­ing It’s not like I haven’t been in a re­la­tion­ship, but there’s noth­ing that has hap­pened, which makes me want to marry PRIYANKA CHO­PRA, AC­TOR

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She is jug­gling mul­ti­ple roles. She’s mak­ing glam ap­pear­ances on global red car­pets, shoot­ing a hit TV show and films in Hol­ly­wood and Bol­ly­wood, but ac­tor Priyanka Cho­pra, 34, isn’t com­plain­ing. “I don’t un­der­stand what peo­ple do dur­ing hol­i­days,” says the ac­tor, as she talks about life, ca­reer and mar­riage on her re­cent In­dia trip.

With all this suc­cess and fame, how pow­er­ful do you feel?

I am a nor­mal girl that way. Re­mem­ber what the feel­ing is like when you top in your class and the re­port card comes? You party and cel­e­brate but then start with your next year’s stud­ies. I feel the same as my life is like that.

Has the feel­ing sunk in that you have achieved so much?

My team and even my friends tell me, but I don’t re­alise it. Maybe, I don’t. Maybe I am mov­ing so fast that I don’t have the time to think about it.

In an in­ter­view you ap­par­ently said that you don’t need a guy for any­thing ex­cept for kids…

No, I never said that. I said, ‘you shouldn’t need a man and in­stead you should want a man’. I said, I shouldn’t need a guy to be in a re­la­tion­ship but should want to be with him. And I love chil­dren, I’ve al­ways wanted kids.

Talk­ing of kids, is mar­riage some­where on your mind?

No, be­cause a guy worth­while isn’t around. You only think of mar­riage if the guy is worth it. It’s not like I haven’t been in a re­la­tion­ship, but there’s noth­ing that has hap­pened in my life, which makes me want to… or I am not ready.

Will you be wear­ing the iconic red swim­suit in Bay­watch?

No, I won’t be! I am the vil­lain, not a life guard. I don’t want to make their lives easy. I wear very ex­pen­sive cou­ture be­cause my char­ac­ter is a bil­lion­aire bomb­shell b***h (laughs).


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