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'I want to find true love'

Oct 9, 2013, DHNS 19:14 IST
lonely:  Mallika Sherawat
A pathetic and lonely life has led actress Mallika Sherawat to find real love via a television show, ‘The Bachelorette India — Mere Khayalon Ki Mallika’. And the actress is sure that she doesn’t want to marry anyone from the glamour world.

“I don’t want to marry anyone from the entertainment industry. They don’t attract me,” says Mallika. She goes on to add, “You can see how pathetic and lonely my life is that to find love I have to come on television. My world, which has glitz, glamour and films, is a make believe world. This is not a real world. I want to come out of this make believe world and enter the real world, where there is normalcy.”

The actress, who will try to find her soulmate through the reality show, says that many actresses have found their love outside the industry. “Many actresses marry doctors or businessmen.

This is because they want a relationship with real men. That is the only reason for
me to be a part of the show,” adds Mallika.

It seems Mallika is taking inspiration from Madhuri Dixit, who married US-based surgeon Shriram Nene, and Shilpa Shetty who tied the knot with NRI businessman Raj Kundra.

The actress, who has had several link-ups including actor Antonio Banderas, is confident of finding true love in India. “I want to find true love and I will get that true love in a Hindustani only and not anywhere else,” says Mallika.

Meanwhile, the actress is looking forward to the show. “For people, it is just a show but for me, it is a long journey of my life. In the show, somebody is a clerk, a businessman and a computer engineer. There are all sorts of people in the show but they are all normal people,” says Mallika.

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