The actress revealed that age doesn’t matter to her. All she cares about is how the fellow person is making her feel. She said, “I don’t know, I think for me they have to make you feel good about yourself. They should not try and change you. All of the small things. I think age doesn’t matter.”
She walked down memory lane to share details of dating life back while growing up in Coorg.
She added, “You Know the houses are so far away from one another, it’s literally like you have to find a boy. I’ve never found a Coorgi boy when I was in Coorg. So, I’ve been constantly asking my parents ‘Where are the Coorgi boys gone to? I studied in a hostel, boarding school. You know, how my dating would go? Just look at a guy and you’re dating him. Like literally and all your friends tease you, tease both these names together and you’re suddenly dating. I’d have no idea how we started dating? What? Why? I have no answers to any of these questions.”
Believing in all that glitters is not gold, the Dear Comrade actor also expressed her old school taste in guys who don’t show off their shirtless bodies.
“I just don’t understand it. Like I appreciate guys going and working out and looking extremely ripped and fit. That’s a big “Oh yes!” That shows how dedicated you are. But then again – why would you want to put it as your profile picture? Like, let people get to know you to get to that phase where they see your body. I mean I’m too old school.”
On the professional front, along with working in a Telugu movie with Sharwanand namely, Aadavallu Meeku Joharlu, she is also set to make her Bollywood debut with actor Sidharth Malhotra in the film Mission Majnu. Apart from this, she will also team up with Amitabh Bachchan for the film Goodbye. She will also feature in the much-anticipated Allu Arjun starrer Pusha.