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Parineeti Chopra on Ooty

Parineeti Chopra on Ooty

Parineeti Chopra is currently shooting in Ooty with Ajay Devgn for a romantic track in Rohit Shetty’s Golmaal Again. She’s never spoken about her personal life and insists that she has single till the time she announces her relationship. The “long-term-kind-of-girl” asserts that everyone should fall in love as the experience shapes and rewards you. The actress, who was earlier linked to her director Maneesh Sharma, lets her guard down and shares her take on love and relationship.

For me, it’s 50-50. My work life and relationships are balanced out. My personal life is as important as my work and that is because career is there right now and maybe there for the next 10-25 or I don’t know how many years. But your life, your relationships, your love life, boyfriend, husband, children — whatever your absolute immediate family is, that will remain all your life. So, I make a conscious decision, even against the wishes of others, that my personal life is in order always. I can’t only work or only concentrate on my personal life. I have to have a healthy and balanced work and personal life.

It’s not been an effort but it just has to do with the timing. I am not secretive. I am an open person, but it’s just that I have not felt that the timing has ever been right to come out into the open. Whenever I do feel the time is right, I will come out and talk about my love life.

Oh yes! Love is very different from crush. My first crush was when I was in Class V. Crushes toh change every few hours. I can have a crush on anybody, who says something funny, smart or smells nice. It’s more of an attraction than an actual crush. But I am not the sort to stalk the boy – that’s not going to happen! Crushes keep happening all the time. My first love was when I was 22 and yes, who can forget your first love right? It completely changed my life and shaped the person that I am today.

Parineeti Chopra is currently shooting in Ooty with Ajay Devgn for a romantic track in Rohit Shetty’s Golmaal Again. She’s never spoken about her personal life and insists that she has single till the time she announces her relationship. The “long-term-kind-of-girl” asserts that everyone should fall in love as the experience shapes and rewards you. The actress, who was earlier linked to her director Maneesh Sharma, lets her guard down and shares her take on love and relationship. Over to her…

For me, it’s 50-50. My work life and relationships are balanced out. My personal life is as important as my work and that is because career is there right now and maybe there for the next 10-25 or I don’t know how many years. But your life, your relationships, your love life, boyfriend, husband, children — whatever your absolute immediate family is, that will remain all your life. So, I make a conscious decision, even against the wishes of others, that my personal life is in order always. I can’t only work or only concentrate on my personal life. I have to have a healthy and balanced work and personal life.

I am more for the Abhimanyu-kind-of-love, which Ayushmann Khurrana portrayed in my last film Meri Pyaari Bindu — a very romantic kind of love, where he is in love with a girl right from day one and will probably be in love with her till the day he dies. I am that kind of a person. I always try and invest in long-term relationships. It’s never fleeting or just for a day or night…

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I am quite the planner and very disciplined and responsible, sorted, and more consistent in my love life. I have never been reckless in my relationships. I am not like Bindu was — a person, who hops from one relationship to the other. I am the long-term-kind-of-girl.

It’s not been an effort but it just has to do with the timing. I am not secretive. I am an open person, but it’s just that I have not felt that the timing has ever been right to come out into the open. Whenever I do feel the time is right, I will come out and talk about my love life.

Oh yes! Love is very different from crush. My first crush was when I was in Class V. Crushes toh change every few hours. I can have a crush on anybody, who says something funny, smart or smells nice. It’s more of an attraction than an actual crush. But I am not the sort to stalk the boy – that’s not going to happen! Crushes keep happening all the time. My first love was when I was 22 and yes, who can forget your first love right? It completely changed my life and shaped the person that I am today.

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