Neha Sharma: I am a die-hard romantic
Every heart seeks for love at certain point in life. So is Neha Sharma, who is gearing up for her upcoming film JAYANTABHAI KI LUV STORY, which releases on the eve of Valentine. Neha, who is currently single, is very much looking forward to mingle.
Confesses Neha, "I love the idea of falling in love. I am single right now but very much ready to mingle. Though I haven't found that perfect love, I would love to be with someone special now. And that someone could be anybody, from any walk of life. Love and food are two things which drive everybody and are must in life." Prod Neha about her idea of the ideal guy and she says, "There is no ideal guy for me. A guy who madly loves me the way I love him, can give me in return what I can give him is something I am looking for. The world should be of two of us and nothing else. Somebody who is going to accept the way I am without changing a bit of me."
In fact, for Neha one of the prime reasons of doing JAYANTABHAI was its genre. JAYANTABHAI is a simple, realistic love story and Neha is a diehard romantic at heart.
"I am a die-hard romantic and love rom-com genre. I have lived on them. So, for me doing a romantic film is obviously very satisfying. And that's the reason JAYANTABHAI was very important as it's a love story," says Neha
However, ironically her character 'Simran' in the film is a practical girl, who has no time for love. "My character Simran has no time for love," says the actress.
Also starring Vivek Oberoi, JAYANTABHAI, directed by Vinnil Markan and produced by Kumar Taurani, is all set to release on February 15, 2013.
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