Marriage thoughts make me weak: Soha Ali Khan

 As talks of her brother Saif Ali Khan's impending wedding continue to hog the limelight, Soha Ali Khan, who is in a steady relationship with Kunal Khemu, says she is scared of marriage.

The 33-year-old actress says the thought of marriage makes her weak.
"I am not a responsible person. I am a child. I don't really feel like a grown up and marriage is meant for mature people. The thought of marriage makes me weak. I think that 30 is the new 20. So, I am not tying the knot anytime soon," Soha said.

Saif's wedding with Kareena Kapoor was initially said to be set for October this year but then the actor said that the date is not finalised yet.

Soha, who was previously seen on TV as the host of 'Godrej Khelo Jeeto Jiyo', is all set to make her small screen comeback with makeover show 'What Not to Wear-India' alongside fashion designer Aki Narula.

"Actors are apprehensive about TV. But I did not have any second thoughts regarding this show. It is a great international format. There was huge need for a show like this in India. I am not a style expert but I decided to take up this show as I wanted to share my experiences with people," she said.

Asked if she is fashion conscious, Soha said, "I studied in London, so I was high street fashion conscious. For me it was more about fitting in rather than standing out.
"Being in the limelight has made me more fashion forward because I am under constant scrutiny. So, I have no choice but to be fashion conscious but otherwise I am not so much into it," she added.

Soha also said that even directors are taking interest in making sure that the style quotient is not compromised in films.

"I am happy that films now have a more professional setup. There are sketches of what the actors are going to wear in a particular scene to see if it works with the setting. That makes things easier," she said.

The actress, who was last seen on the big screen in "Soundtrack", is currently filming Tigmanshu Dhulia's sequel to 2011 film "Saheb Biwi aur Gangster".

"In 'Saheb Biwi aur Gangster 2' I play a character which is innocent but has grey shades. She pretends to be a victim but in reality she is not. My character is not as aggressive as Mahi's (Gill) character in the first part but has a mysterious air around her," she said.
The film also stars Irrfan Khan, Jimmy Shergill and Mahie Gill.

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