Bollywood debutant Sooraj Pancholi has slammed rumours of dating "Singh Is Bliing" (SIB) actress Amy Jackson.
Earlier, it was reported that Amy had personally invited Pancholi for a special screening of "SIB" and later, the two spent quality time together.
When asked about whether he is dating the actress, Pancholi told DNA: "None at all. What can I do if I am at the same venue as these girls, they take pictures of us chatting together and people decide we were together at the venue?"
Also, it was reported that Amy shifted to a new apartment, which is close to Pancholi's house in Bandra.
On this, a source told The Times of India, "She has rented an apartment in Bandra which is nowhere close to Juhu where Sooraj lives with his parents."
The actor entered Bollywood with Salman Khan's production film "Hero", which didn't do that well at the box office.
It seems Pancholi is currently not looking out for any relationship and focusing on his just-started career.
Pancholi was in a relationship with Jiah Khan, who committed suicide and reportedly blamed him for taking such an extreme step.
"I haven't dated or even interacted properly with any girl after my last relationship (with Jiah Khan). It's not that I am afraid of falling in love again. In fact, I am waiting for it to happen. But sadly, there is nobody. There has been nobody in the past three years," Pancholi told DNA.
After his past relationship, Pancholi revealed that he does not want to date anyone from the film industry.
"Right now, I'm putting in as many hours as possible to train for my next film. So I don't see any chance of love happening. In any case, I'd never date a girl from the film industry. It has to be someone not connected with the entertainment world," Pancholi said.
It may be recalled that Amy and his first Bollywood co-star Prateik Babbar's relationship story made headlines for a long time. They were so much in love that they got each other's names tattooed on their hands.
However, they hardly dated for a year after which the actress moved back to London. She returned to the film industry in 2014 with South Indian films.