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'I would like Salman Khan as my Valentine'

Last updated on: February 08, 2014 10:26 IST

'I would like Salman Khan as my Valentine'

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As Valentine's Day comes closer, television actresses Surbhi Jyoti, Hunar Ali and Sana Khan talk about love.

Everyone has a different notion of love.

With Valentine's Day inching closer, we ask three television actresses what they think of it.

Surbhi Jyoti of Qubool Hai, Hunar Ali of Kehta Hai Dil Jee Le Zara and Ek Boondh Ishq and Sana Khan of Arjun and the film Jai Ho talk get candid for GR8! magazine's Valentine special.

Here's what they had to say: 

Do you believe in true love?

Surbhi Jyoti: Yes, true love exists. People aren’t moving away from the concept of true love but they are moving away from the institution of marriage.

Sana Khan: Yes, it does exist, true love ka hi wait kar rahi hoon.

Hunar Hali: Love, love, love log bahut bolte hai, par uska matlab nahi samajte. I am hopelessly romantic.

Who would you like as your Valentine?

Sana Khan: My man! We’d go on a romantic date. May be a long drive, just be home together, celebrating it in a simple way.

Surbhi Jyoti: Hugh Jackman! I have a big crush on him. It will be a pure date (and not a one night stand) at a beach over a nice conversation and dinner.

Hunar Hali: Salman Khan, but I think he will be over booked.

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Image: Surbhi Jyoti, Sana Khan, Hunar Hali
Photographs: Pravin Talan

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Do you miss being in a relationship?

Sana Khan: Yes, at times when I see my friends. To be with someone who cares for you, every hour you get a call, 'Baby kahan ho, baby khana khaya.' So it’s nice to see someone cares for you and thinks of you.

Surbhi Jyoti: No, as I am enjoying myself the way I am right now. I believe that everything happens for a reason and at a scheduled time. If it isn't happening now means it isn't meant to happen, so I would rather wait than be with the wrong guy.

Hunar Hali: I think the relationship is missing out on me.

Many actors get into relationships through reality shows.

Sana Khan: I have seen this, people are doing it. Why would you fake it, it’s wrong.

Surbhi Jyoti: I haven’t come across any such actor or a couple.

Hunar Hali: Why fool yourself... A relation in which you are publicly attached but your souls are detached, it’s a worthless association.


Image: Surbhi Jyoti
Photographs: Pravin Talan

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'My guy has to have at least some traits of Salman Khan'

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Your dream guy?

Sana Khan: Not a dream guy, but dream man. I like guys who are reserved, shy, smart, talk less, don’t do faltugiri, speak well, have a good sense of humour, are independent. Someone who will take care of me and is there for me.

Surbhi Jyoti: He has to be honest, should have a good sense of humour, should earn good money, and should have a nice voice as I love guys who can sing.

Hunar Hali: I have always dreamt of Salman Khan so my guy has to have at least some traits of him.

What makes you hot?

Sana Khan: My personality, the way I talk, my smile, my eyes, my voice, my height; I am a complete package.

Surbhi Jyoti: My confidence.

Hunar Hali: My innocence. People come and say I am hot and I innocently smile and say I am not.


Image: Hunar Hali
Photographs: Pravin Talan

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'Long nails turn me off'

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Turn-on in a guy?

Sana Khan: Smile, intelligence, who speaks well and has a good sense of humour.

Surbhi Jyoti: Eyes.

Hunar Hali: Sense of humour and smile, I love people with a beautiful smile.

Turn-off in a guy?

Sana Khan: Lot of things -- not dressed well, unhygienic, not well maintained, etc.

Surbhi Jyoti: Long nails.

Hunar Hali: Body odour.


Image: Sana Khan
Photographs: Pravin Talan

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