"Nobody can do what I do" says Lara Dutta, in the latest issue of Marie Claire. It is in this issue, wherein, this 'confident and sassy frame' girl gives a lowdown of what makes her what she is today: a top contender to the Numero Uno spot.
Lara, in this issue, talks about her age and the reality check with that. She says, "My 30s gave me a sense of liberation from my 20s, with all that angst and confusion." She also speaks the eternal truth of life, with her trademark confidence. "As you grow older, there are fewer people in your life who you can be yourself with, those you can cut the bullshit with." She also gets philosophical about life stating, "If I have to go, I have no qualms. I have lived a full life." And when asked about her films, she easily quips in saying, "I might take a sabbatical from comedy and flex some other muscles".
Lastly, as for the eternal question about her 'love status', she says "My relationship is still a fledgling. Give me a chance to figure out my life." Given... Lara!