Bollywood means drama, love, romance and when the celebs talk about these in their real life, it becomes even more interesting.
Fans always love to know their celebs' inside story, especially their love life. Recently, Ranveer Singh saying 'I Love You' to Deepika Padukone in a show made headlines. Though the couple never reveal it openly, their so-called secret relationship is known to everybody.
Likewise, Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif need not admit to their affair, because people anyway know about it. Yet, the audience are curious to hear what they think about love and relationships.
Here are some statements by Bollywood celebs about romance, love and relationships.
"Kill Dil" actress Parineeti Chopra once said in an interview that she has never had heartbreak. She said: "It's strange. I've been in only two relationships. And in both, I backed out. I broke two hearts. I know it's all going to come back to me. Karma will make sure someone breaks my heart too. But it's okay. (Laughs)"
"Heartbreaks make you a better actor. People who've suffered heartbreaks became good actors after their sad phase. They've had super successful films. I'm not wishing for one but just looking at the positive side."
Kangana Ranaut gave a smart statement on relationship, saying, "Freedom of being alone is intoxicating. Relationships can be very traumatic. But being in a healthy relationship can be very empowering."
The "Queen" actress said she is very happy in her current relationship but didn't reveal much.
Fashionista Sonam Kapoor claims that she never look for bank balance in a guy. She doesn't even keep any hard feelings if her relationships don't work. The actress likes to be friends with them.
"I like potential in people. If I find someone, who has lot of potential and can do something with life then I don't see bank balance, which family he comes from or his religion," are Kapoor's view on her Mr. Right.
She further said: "I have no baggage with my relationships and everything I have done is with all heart. Even if something doesn't work out, I am friends with all of them. There is nothing dirty about the break-up. Also, if it doesn't end on a negative it's easy to be friends with your exes. It's not tough but the closure is important."
South Indian actress and Kamal Haasan's daughter Shruti has no time for love and relationship. She said: "There is no time for romance. I don't have time as I am busy working and have a busy schedule.
"I don't see love in my life at all. It's not my priority from any angle. Right now, my focus is only work. There is no definition of right man in my life."
Vivek Oberoi, who is in deep love with his wife, never misses a chance to express his feelings to her. When asked who is his Valentine, he said: "If you are in love as I am with my wife then everyday is a Valentine. Everyday I find an excuse to tell her in a way that I am so thankful that she is in my life."
When asked about the qualities she is looking for in Mr. Right, actres Nargis Fakhri confessed that she has made a list of 20 things.
"I made a list of 20 things. The most important is sense of humour and life is so tragic when you can't laugh about bad things then its bad," said the "Rockstar" actress.
She, then, went on revealing her list: "He should be intelligent, educated and aware of different things. Culturally aware is something I will look for and should be about open about it. I am open for a man, who is wonderful, respectful and intelligent. I do not discriminate, so he can be from any part of world."