I'd love to get married: Ranbir
"If I meet the right person, I would love to get married," Ranbir told an Oye 104.8 FM radio host.
The actor had a roaring affair with Deepika Padukone, and was rumoured to be in a relationship with his co-stars Nargis Fakhri and Katrina Kaif. But Ranbir hopes one day he will find "true love".
"I always think that I will get true love in my life. I hope I can really find that person soon with whom I can live my whole life," added the actor, who is riding high on the success of 'Barfi!'.
In 'Barfi!', Ranbir was paired with National award-winning actress Priyanka Chopra.
In an amusing incident during the promotions of 'Barfi!', Ranbir took a pen and wrote 'Mumma's big boy' on his hand, inspired by Priyanka's permanent tattoo, which reads 'Daddy's lil girl'.
This was quite unlike other stars, who get the name of their love interest tattooed, just like Deepika had got herself inked with an 'RK' at the nape of her neck when she was dating Ranbir.
"Since I get linked everyday, I might as well keep changing the name of the girls with a pen than a permanent tattoo," quipped Ranbir.
Ranbir has teamed up with his ex-flame Deepika for 'Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani'.
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