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Looks like 'Love is in the air' in Bollywood. After Kangana Ranaut revealing that she is in 'pure love', we have one more Bollywood celebrity getting candid about the matters of the heart! Any guesses? Well, it's none other than the handsome Sidharth Malhotra who is rumoured to be dating Alia Bhatt.
The actor in a recent interview with DNA, when quizzed if he is in love said, 'Yes, I am in love'. When asked what kind of person he is when in love, Sid quipped, "Ahem... Passionate, obsessive and very attached. There are a few people I get attached to in my life and when I do, I get very sensitive. I have bad ways of communicating. I communicate indirectly. Maybe through some actions, gestures. I won't be saying yes or no directly at times. If I'm left alone with that person, I will truly show my best and worst side. That's what I believe true love should be like. You cannot put up a front of being this perfect guy always, helping out, understanding all the time. You should show your good side and the dark side, too. Because that's what I believe life is about."
Further when asked to reveal the name of the person, Sid rather played it safe and said, "I am a narcissistic actor so I'll say, with myself. I am a megalomaniac."
The actor even opened up his previous relationships and quipped, "I have had my share, but not too many, maybe just a couple of relationships. Being the person who gets attached, I also at times find it very hard to commit to one person at this stage in life. I have been working since I was 18. During college, I would only do fashion shows to make the kind of money I was getting in Delhi. That paid a lot. From there onwards, your priorities start changing and you don't take money from your family. Your lifestyle changes and you become independent very early. That protective upbringing starts fading dheere dheere. When you are on your own, you start making your own rules. So, all my relationships and the people I have met have taught me something and I use that in my work today. Somewhere, they have shaped my personality. So ya, I think it's ever evolving. How I am in love is also determined by the person I am dating!"
Talking about heartbreaks Sid said, "I have not felt the emotion of heartbreak. I have never felt like a dukhi aatma after a break-up. I believe things have a way of working out and if they haven't worked out, maybe it's not the right thing. Not today, for sure. Maybe tomorrow. You can't force people to feel a certain way and the sooner you understand that, the better I feel everything has its way of working. Things happen organically and if they are forced, it will be very temporary. I believe in that."
Further, the actor revealed that he isn't game for the arranged marriage set-up and was quoted saying, "No! Even my family is not like that. My brother dated my bhabhi since he was 18 and he got married at 24-25. My parents were very supportive. We don't come from a background where our parents choose who we would spend our lives with. They rather push us to be out there, have that relationship, make our own choices and live up to it and back it by getting married to that girl. So, I don't understand the arranged marriage set-up and the point of view at all. Mom dad ne milaya kisi se so just get married - no that doesn't work for me!"
Now, that's quite a revelation!