"Let me first find my soulmate. Marriage is not a very simple thing, you have to spend the rest of your life with this one person. Hopefully, I find him soon, I am not looking though, let him find me," Bipasha said here Wednesday on the sets of TV show Arjun.
Director Suparn Verma's horror thriller Aatma also highlights the domestic violence and Bipasha was promoting Aatma on the TV show where an episode about domestic violence was being shot.
The 34-year-old pans domestic violence as unfortunate and humiliating for women of any stature.
"Domestic violence is an unfortunate thing and can happen anywhere. When I was filming it... Nawazuddin (Siddiqui) and me got into it in a very real way," Bipasha said.
When the scene got over, Bipasha says she could just think that "if I was stuck in a marriage where my partner, in the name of love, would have used violence over me" and had seen "me as a commodity", it would been very "humiliating".
"Also, it has been shown in the film that there are a lot of women who achieve a social standing, they are well-to-do, even they go through these abusive relationships," she added.